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Lucas Vicente

Developmental Benchmarks January February March


I. Self-Esteem and Independence
- he\she describes self in
terms of abilities, √ √ √
activities (strength,
favorite centers)
- he\she identifies others
as boy/ girl
- he\she shows pride/
confidence in ability √ √ √
- he\she shares verbally
with teachers & peers
- he\she chooses activities √ √ √
with guidance
- he\she does classroom
jobs with guidance √ √ √
- he\she describes family
traditions
- expresses & cope with √ √ √
emotions
- be independent for self-
care √ √ √
- changes clothes, put on
shoe/sandals
- pour liquid and open
door with handle

√ √ √

II. Interaction and Cooperation


- he\she can manage
routine transitions √ √ √
- follow simple weekly
routine
- he\she can sit for a √ √ √
longer group time with
more need to shift √ √ √
attention
- he\she listens to story
for more than 10
Minutes
- apply rules situationally
- Listen for 15 minutes
- follow group direction
that is primarily √ √ √
Verbal
- respects group activities
- handle self well when
not participating
- use table manners √ √ √
- use table talk
- push chairs
- use computer manners √ √ √
- he\she plays
cooperatively with diverse √ √ √
Playmates √ √ √
- learn not to tattle
- understands fairness
- use words to resolve √ √ √
conflict with teachers
guidance
- respects differences and
deals with hurt
feelings
√ √ √

√ √ √

√ √ √

3. Communication
A. Speaking
- 100% intelligible √ √ √
- 1000 words adjectives
- 5 or more words pronouns
- sings solo √ √ √
- discuss/ speaks to a group
- asks meaning of words
- ask questions √ √ √
- expresses through puppets,
dramatic, play, art √ √ √
- gives simple verbal directions
- explains 1-2 step procedure √ √ √
- tells joke/ riddles
- participates in a group play

B. Literature/ Reading √ √ √
- predicts next events
- listens when peers read √ √ √
- listens for meaning and
answers comprehension
questions
- draw conclusions
- uses more abstraction in
what’s missing
- retells in order with details
borrowed stories
- tells original story √ √ √
- uses descriptive words
- illustrates/ writes own books √ √ √
- uses standard story frame
- analyzes characters
- analyzes setting
- analyzes author tone √ √ √
- discuss cause/ effect
-

C. Writing
- knows left to right
- uses lines, some punctuation,
capitalization
- types name on computer √ √ √
- writes words phonetically
(invented spelling)
- associates spoken and written
word
- asks for spelling
√ √ √
√ √ √

√ √ √

√ √ √

4. Discovery & Exploration


A. Approach to Learning
- plans for task
- seeks more than one solution
B. Collecting and Observing √ √ √
- more complex description √ √ √
- uses standard measure to
weigh objects
- uses standard symbols
- uses graphs
- uses simple map and globe
C. Questioning and Predicting
- uses who, what, why, where,
and when
- poses experiments to pursue
D. Explaining and Reporting
- base answers on exploration
- propose alternate theories
E. Number
- On comparing objects: knows √ √ √
the equal, not equal, less, fewer,
greater than, less than
- On sorting objects: 2 or more
attributes texture, composition,
pattern, function, determine
“rule” for short √ √ √
- On ordering objects: 1
attribute/ both directions/ many
items,
: color (tint
and hue) √ √ √
: pitch,
volume, tempo
: temperature
: novel story
sequence
- On numbers: 1-30, 10-1
backwards
: 1 to 1 corr for 10
items
: 1-20
: 1-20
: write numerals
1-20
: estimate 1-20
: ordinals (1st-10th)
: fractions
(whole/half/thirds/
quarters)
- On operations: can understand
quantity √ √ √
of a number
: can add &
subtract 1- 10
with concrete √ √ √
materials
: can skip
counting √ √ √
(2’s,
5’s,10’s)
F. Space √ √ √
- LINES(components of shapes)
> zigzag, scallop, thick, thin
> corner of complex shape
- SHAPES
> can draw/ trace/ cut varied
instances
> combines and breaks
bounds
> can draw prototypes √ √ √
> can recognize& name oval,
diamond, trapezoid, hexagon

- POSITION √(2’s,5’s, 10’s) √(2’s,5’s, 10’s) √(2’s,5’s, 10’s)


> across, near, far, beyond,
“hotter”, “colder”, left, right
- PATTERNS
>uses combined shapes
> creates radial √ √ √
> 5 cycles of ABCDE (draw, trace) (draw, trace) (draw, trace)
> combined media
> combined patterns
> finds complex patterns
- LENGTH
> longest/ shortest (draw, trace, cut) (draw, trace, (draw, trace, cut)
cut)
> tallest/ shortest
√(basic shapes +
> inch/ foot oval&diamond) √(basic shapes √(basic shapes + oval&diamond)
> uses different forms of +
measuring oval&diamond)
> uses ruler/ yardstick
> horizontal/ vertical √(near, far, beyond,
left, across, right, hot
- WEIGHT/ VOLUME & cold) √(near, far, √(near, far, beyond, left, across,
> heaviest/ lightest √( circles) beyond, left, right, hot & cold)
across, right,
> tells why one side goes hot & cold)
down √( circles, √( circles, oblongs)
> most/ least oblongs)

- TEMPERATURE
> hottest/ coldest √(long-longest,
> applies to taste, weather, short-shortest)
climates √(tall-tallest, short-
- SPEED shortest) √(long-longest, √(long-longest, short-shortest)
> fastest/ slowest short-shortest)
√(tall-tallest, √(tall-tallest, short-shortest)
> motion (people vs. motor) short-shortest)
- TIME
> before/ after √(horizontal,
> last week, next week vertical)
> clocks- time in hours ad half
hours √(heavy-heaviest, √(horizontal, √(horizontal, vertical)
> predicts time to complete a light- lightest) vertical)
task (hours- weeks)
> years √(most= many; √(heavy- √(heavy-heaviest, light- lightest)
> cycle of holidays least= small) heaviest, light- √
- MONEY lightest)
> understands use of money
for buying √ √(most= many; √(most= many; least= small)
- GRAPHING least= small)
> reads bar graph (horizontal/
vertical) √(fast-fastest, slow-
> makes graph on own slowest) (applies to (applies to taste, weather,
> collects data on own taste, weather, climates)
> makes comparison climates)
√(fast-fastest,
√( before, after) slow-slowest) √(fast-fastest, slow-slowest)

√( before,
after) √( before, after)



5. Physical Capabilities
A. Small (fine) motors
- EYE- HAND Coordination
> does 30- piece puzzles
> stacks to own height
> builds cities
> copies large block designs
> details in painting
> copies paint design
- TOOL USE √ √ √
> can cut inside curves √ √ √
> draws/ writes with crayons
> uses erasers
> sews with large needles, use √ √ √
stapler, paper punch, hammer,
drill saw √ √ √
> greater facility with √ √ √
computer use
- COMBINED ACTIONS
> more complex finger plays
> snaps
> traces complex stencils
> molds/ folds materials √ √ √

B. Large (gross) motors


- LEGS and FEET
> walks curves √ √ √
> switch direction on beam
> march to rhythm w/ drum
- ARMS and HANDS
> throws/ catch small ball
> throws w/ direction √ √ √
> rolls and kicks with direction √ √ √
> bounces ball
> hits ball with bat
- COORDINATED
MOVEMENTS
> tumbling (somersaults) √ √ √
> body twists
> jumping jacks
> toe touches √ √ √
> climbs- alternate
hands √ √ √
> slides- varied
positions
> hangs upside down
> jumps rope
> run relays with passing
√ √ √
√ √ √

6. Artistic Expression &


Appreciation
A. Expression & Representation
> more complex performance
> pictorial representation
> participates in group art
project
> expresses emotion / idea
> group oriented drama √ √ √
> has interest in direction/
production √ √ √
> uses standard rhythms
B. Artistic Appreciation
> identifies style of music,
drama, illustration, etc.

Attributes understood and used


in Art

a. color
> shades and tints
b. size
> huge, tiny
c. thickness
> wide, narrow
d. composition
> cork, Styrofoam, brick
e. texture √ √ √
> shiny/ dull
> fluffy/ flat √ √ √

√ √ √
√ √ √

Lynette go

Developmental January February March


Benchmarks
I. Self-Esteem and
Independence
- he\she describes √ √ √
self in terms of abilities,
activities
(strength, favorite centers)
- he\she identifies
others as boy/ girl
- he\she shows
pride/ confidence in ability √ √ √
- he\she shares
verbally with teachers &
peers √ √ √
- he\she chooses
activities with guidance
- he\she does
classroom jobs with
guidance √ √ √
- he\she describes
family traditions
- expresses & cope √ √ √
with emotions
- be independent
for self-care
- changes clothes,
put on shoe/sandals
- pour liquid and √ √ √
open door with handle

√ √ √

√ √ √
√ √ √

2. Interaction and
Cooperation
- follows more detailed √ √ √
weekly routine
- manages transitions with
less structure and help √ √ √
- follows more complex
rules
- follows complex
directions(verbal and √ √ √
concrete sample)
- explains directions
- stays on task
independently √ √ √
√ √ √
- sits for a long discussion
with multiple contributors
- listens for 20 minutes √ √ √
- respects group activity
- handles self well when
not participating
- polite interaction with √ √ √
visitors
- puts supplies away √ √ √
- does basic care for
computers
- does cooperative tasks
and group projects
- respects differences
- negotiates and
compromises √ √ √
3. Communication
A. Speaking
- 100% intelligible √ √ √
- 1000 words adjectives
- 5 or more words
pronouns √ √ √
- sings solo
- discuss/ speaks to a √ √ √
group
- asks meaning of words
- ask questions √ √ √
- expresses through
puppets, dramatic, play, art √ √ √
- gives simple verbal
directions
- explains 1-2 step
procedure
- tells joke/ riddles
- participates in a group
play

B. Literature/ Reading √ √ √
- predicts next events
- listens when peers read
- listens for meaning and
answers comprehension
questions
- draw conclusions √ √ √
- uses more abstraction in √ √ √
what’s missing √ √ √
- retells in order with
details borrowed stories
- tells original story
- uses descriptive words √ √ √
- illustrates/ writes own
books
- uses standard story
frame
- analyzes characters
- analyzes setting
- analyzes author tone
- discuss cause/ effect
-

C. Writing
- knows left to right √ √ √
- uses lines, some
punctuation, capitalization

- types name on computer


- writes words √ √ √
phonetically (invented
spelling)
- associates spoken and
written word
- asks for spelling √ √ √

4. Discovery &
Exploration
A. Approach to Learning
- plans for task
- seeks more than one √ √ √
solution √ √ √
B. Collecting and
Observing
- more complex
description
- uses standard measure
to weigh objects
- uses standard symbols
- uses graphs

- uses simple map and


globe
C. Questioning and
Predicting
- uses who, what, why,
where, and when √ √ √
- poses experiments to
pursue
D. Explaining and
Reporting
- base answers on
exploration
- propose alternate
theories
E. Number
- On comparing objects:
knows the equal, not equal,
less, fewer, greater than, √ √ √
less than
- On sorting objects: 2 or
more attributes texture,
composition, pattern, √ √ √
function, determine “rule”
for short
- On ordering objects: 1
attribute/ both directions/
many items,
: color
(tint and hue)
: pitch,
volume, tempo
:
temperature
: novel
story sequence
- On numbers: 1-30, 10-1
backwards √ √ √
: 1 to 1 corr
for 10 items
: 1-20
: 1-20 √ √ √
: write
numerals 1-20 √ √ √
: estimate 1-
20
: ordinals
st th
(1 -10 ) √ √ √
: fractions
(whole/half/
thirds/quarters)
- On operations: can √ √ √
understand quantity
of a
number
: can add
& subtract 1- 10
with √(can add 3-digit & √(can add 3-digit & √(can add 3-digit &
concrete materials subtract 3-digit) subtract 3-digit) subtract 3-digit)
: can skip
counting
(2’s,
5’s,10’s)
F. Space √(all) √(all) √(all)
- LINES(components of
shapes)
> zigzag, scallop,
thick, thin
> corner of complex
shape
- SHAPES
> can draw/ trace/ cut
varied instances √(basic shapes + √(basic shapes + √(basic shapes +
> combines and breaks star, heart, oval) star, heart, oval) star, heart, oval)
bounds
> can draw prototypes
> can recognize&
name oval, diamond,
trapezoid, hexagon
- POSITION
> across
> near √ √ √
> far √ √ √
> beyond √ √ √
> “hotter” √ √ √
> “colder” √ √ √
> left √ √ √
> right √ √ √
- PATTERNS √ √ √
>uses combined shapes
> creates radial
> 5 cycles of ABCDE
> combined media
> combined patterns
> finds complex
patterns
- LENGTH
> longest/ shortest
√(long-longest, √(long-longest, √(long-longest,
> tallest/ shortest short- shortest) short- shortest) short- shortest)
> inch/ foot √( tall-tallest, short- √( tall-tallest, short- √( tall-tallest, short-
> uses different forms shortest) shortest) shortest)
of measuring
> uses ruler/ yardstick
> horizontal/ vertical
- WEIGHT/ VOLUME
> heaviest/ lightest
√(heavy-heaviest, √(heavy-heaviest, √(heavy-heaviest,
> tells why one side goes light-lightest) light-lightest) light-lightest)
down
> most/ least
- TEMPERATURE √(most=many; √(most=many; √(most=many;
> hottest/ coldest least=small) least=small) least=small)
(hot-hottest, cold- (hot-hottest, cold- (hot-hottest, cold-
> applies to taste, weather, coldest) coldest) coldest)
climates
- SPEED √ √ √
> fastest/ slowest
> motion (people vs. √ √ √
motor)
- TIME
> before/ after
> last week, next week √ √ √
> clocks- time in hours √ √ √
ad half hours
> predicts time to √ √ √
complete a task (hours-
weeks)
> years
> cycle of holidays √ √ √
- MONEY
> understands use of
money for buying
- GRAPHING √ √ √
> reads bar graph
(horizontal/ vertical)
> makes graph on own
> collects data on own
> makes comparison
5. Physical Capabilities
A. Small (fine) motors
- EYE- HAND
Coordination
> does 30- piece puzzles
> stacks to own height
> builds cities
> copies large block
designs
> details in painting √ √ √
> copies paint design √ √ √
- TOOL USE
> can cut inside curves √ √ √
> draws/ writes with √ √ √
crayons
> uses erasers √ √ √
> sews with large √ √ √
needles, use stapler, paper
punch, hammer, drill saw
> greater facility with
computer use
- COMBINED ACTIONS
> more complex finger √ √ √
plays
> snaps
> traces complex
stencils
> molds/ folds materials √ √ √

B. Large (gross) motors


- LEGS and FEET
> walks curves √ √ √
> switch direction on √ √ √
beam
> march to rhythm w/ √ √ √
drum
- ARMS and HANDS
> throws/ catch small √ √ √
ball
> throws w/ direction √ √ √
> rolls and kicks with √ √ √
direction
> bounces ball √ √ √
> hits ball with bat

- COORDINATED
MOVEMENTS
> tumbling
(somersaults)
> body twists √ √ √
> jumping jacks √ √ √
> toe touches
> climbs- alternate
hands
> slides- varied
positions
> hangs upside down
> jumps rope
> run relays with
passing

6. Artistic Expression &


Appreciation
A. Expression &
Representation
> more complex
performance
> pictorial
representation
> participates in group √ √ √
art project
> expresses emotion / √ √ √
idea
> group oriented drama
> has interest in
direction/ production
> uses standard rhythms

B. Artistic Appreciation
> identifies style of
music, drama, illustration,
etc.
Attributes understood
and used in Art

a. color √ √ √
> shades and tints
b. size
> huge, tiny √ √ √
c. thickness
> wide, narrow √ √ √
d. composition
> cork, Styrofoam, brick
e. texture
> shiny/ dull √ √ √
> fluffy/ flat √ √ √
Vince Reginald Dela Paz

Developmental Benchmarks January February March


I. Self-Esteem and Independence
- he\she describes self in terms of
abilities, √ √ √
activities (strength, favorite
centers)
- he\she identifies others as boy/ √ √ √
girl
- he\she shows pride/ confidence
in ability √ √ √
- he\she shares verbally with
teachers & peers
- he\she chooses activities with
guidance
- he\she does classroom jobs with
guidance √ √ √
- he\she describes family traditions
- expresses & cope with emotions
- be independent for self-care
- changes clothes, put on √ √ √
shoe/sandals
- pour liquid and open door with √ √ √
handle

√ √ √

√ √ √

√ √ √

√ √ √
II. Interaction and Cooperation
- he\she can manage routine
transitions √ √ √
- follow simple weekly routine
- he\she can sit for a longer group
time with √ √ √
more need to shift attention
- he\she listens to story for more √ √ √
than 10
Minutes
- apply rules situationally
- Listen for 15 minutes
- follow group direction that is √ √ √
primarily
Verbal
- respects group activities
- handle self well when not
participating
- use table manners
- use table talk
- push chairs √ √ √
- use computer manners
- he\she plays cooperatively with
diverse
Playmates √ √ √
- learn not to tattle
- understands fairness √ √ √
- use words to resolve conflict with
teachers
guidance √ √ √
- respects differences and deals
with hurt √ √ √
feelings √ √ √

√ √ √

√ √ √

√ √ √

III. Communication
A. Speaking
- 100% intelligible
- Vary intensity & tone of
voice
- 1000 words (vocabulary)
- he\she can speak English
in a
complete sentence
- sing songs with verses √ √ √
- use words to express
feelings
- converse with peers

B. Literature/Reading √ √ √
- Listens attentively to
story √ √ √
- Identifies characters
- Asks questions
- Recalls small details
- Identifies beginning, √ √ √
middle, end
- Uses expressive
language and sounds
- Asks what if questions √ √ √
and predict outcomes
- Tells own story to match √ √ √
pictures (explaining the
pictures) √ √ √
- Recognizes names of
children in group √ √ √
- Recognizes A-Z (upper)
- Recognizes some
beginning sounds √ √ √
C. Writing
- Prints first name
- Write upper case
- Copy preprinted words √ √ √
- Knows top to bottom
- follows dot-to-dot lines,
numbers, √ √ √
letters

√ √ √

√ √ √

√ √ √
√ √ √

√ √ √

√ √ √

√ √ √

√ √ √

IV. Discovery & Exploration


A. Questioning & Explaining(see
narrative report)
-Seeks answers through
exploration √ √ √
- Teacher-directed
experiments
- base answers on
observation
B. Numbers(see narrative report)
- He\she can compare
objects like small/big,
similar, alike, most
- He\she can copy
numerals 1-10
- He\she can sort objects
according to colors and √ √ √
shape
C. Space(see narrative report)
- He\she can cut straight
and curved lines
- Draws prototypes √ √ √
- Recognizes position like
above/ below
- He\she recognizes and
name of shapes
D. Measurement √ √ √
- He\she identifies
long/short
- He\she recognizes time
like morning, tomorrow,
night/ day
- He\she remembers
seasons like Christmas,
birthday

√ √ √
√ √ √

√ √ √

√ √ √

√ √ √

V. Physical Capabilities
A. Small (fine) Motor(see narrative report)
- makes building out of
blocks
- uses computer mouse
- represents with paint
- does finger counting
- he\she can draw/ write √ √ √
using pencils
or crayons √ √ √
B. Large (Gross) Motor(see narrative
report)
√ √ √
- can walk lines
- walk in a narrower beams
- march to rhythm gallop,
skip, hop
- throws/catches balls √ √ √
- kick balls
- crab walk
- he\she can do free body
movement to √ √ √
rhythm √ √ √

√ √ √

√ √ √

VI. Artistic Expression &


Appreciation(see narrative report)
- He\she can perform
simple songs in front of
audience
- He\she can create basic
designs combining
shapes
- He\she loves to act out √ √ √
characters of the story

√ √ √