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Developmental

Milestone Rubric
Six to Eleven Year Olds

Name of Observer:
Teacher Name:
Andrea G. Dagnalan

Ms. Rogerson/Ms. West
Class and Grade Observed:
Date of Observation:


Kindergarten
04/27/2016

Physical Development

Developmental
Observed
Not
Not
Comments
Milestone
Observed Applicable
Good visual tracking from
X


Students are
left to right
watching a Peppa

Pig episode on the
smartboard;
Most aware of their
X



fingers as tools

Enjoys being active both


X
Students are not
outdoors and in the gym
observed to be

physically active;
students are
attentive while
watching the show;
Noisy and sloppy; in a


X

hurry; speed is a hallmark
Can be sensitive to many
hurts, real and imaginedcomplain about aches and
pains
Have improved physical
abilities (for example, are
better at playing sports

Sometimes tense


Visually, focus both near
and far objects

Restless and very


energetic



Cognitive Development

Developmental
Milestone
Learn through discovery;
loves asking questions and
trying new games and
ideas
Very ambitious and
motivated to learn

Increasingly interested in
computers

Like to work by
themselves slowly and
finish what they start
Bothered by mistakes and
try hard to make their
work perfect

Enjoy board games as well
as computer games

Enjoy hands-on
exploration-taking things
apart and discovering how
they work
Have limited attention
span but do become
engrossed in the activity at
hand; love to socialize at
the same time

Observed

Not
Observed

Comments

Not
Applicable

Most of the students


are familiar with
current computer
gadget i.e. iPads, xbox,
play station, etc.

Masters handwriting,
X
handcrafts, computers and
drawings

Beginning to see the



X
bigger world, including
issues of fairness and
justice
Intellectually curious

X



Good at memorizing facts
X

Enjoy collecting,

X
classifying, and organizing



Language and Literacy Development

Developmental
Observed
Not
Milestone
Observed
Enjoy explaining things; X

sharing about things
they like

Uses boisterous and
X

enthusiastic language


Love telling jokes and

X
guessing games


Tend to complain
X

frequently
Listens well and speak
X

precisely

Enjoy one-to-one
X

conversations
Tends to exaggerate
X

Sometimes revert back
x

to baby talk
Shows great interest in
meanings of words

Comments

Not
Applicable

Students shared with their


peers what the main
characters in the show were
doing.

Expressive and talkative X

Enjoys arguing and


debating

Values peer vocabulary


(slang)

Enjoys conversations
with adults and peers

Developmental
Milestone
Increased ability to
interact with peers
Children begin to think
about their own
behavior and see
consequences for
actions
Shows pride in work


Learn best if they are
active while they are
learning


Begin to build the selfimage as a worker


Sets goals
independently


Desires to be perfect
and is self-critical


Has low self-confidence

Observed

Not
Not
Observed Applicable

Comments

Understands the
X
difference between
right and wrong
Has feelings of guilt and
shame
Tends to complain; has
emotional reactions



Self-Concept, Identity, and Motivation

Peer Relations and Moral Development

Developmental Milestone
Observed Not

Not
Comments
Observed Applicable

Dialogue is playful, serious,


imaginative, or goal-oriented
Cooperates and shares
Plays with peers of the same gender

Likes competition

X
X

Starts to mix friends and play with


children of the opposite gender

Enjoys talking to others


Increasingly defines self through peers
Acquires a sense of accomplishment
based upon the achievement of greater
physical strength and self-control
Pays attention to friendships and
teamwork
Practices being independent at
completing certain skills and tasks


X
X



Comments:
Ms. Rogerson has an inviting classroom. When I walked in, students are seated on their respective seats.
Ms. Rogerson is giving directions to students while they wait to watch an episode of Peppa Pig on the
smartboard. Students looked forward to watching the short episode. Meanwhile, Ms. Rogerson asked the
whole group about what the representative from the organization From the Heart expect the students to
have and they replied in chorus To have self-control. Ms. Rogerson has an inviting classroom. On her
walls are a variety of pictures to encourage learning. Likewise, pictures of letters, shapes, numbers and

other literacy materials are posted. The classroom is divided into different stations: the teachers desks,
students desks, reading station, math corner as well as for computer work.



Signature: Andrea Dagnalan

Date: April 27, 2016