Kindergarten

First, complete an online assessment with your student. Not sure which one to take? Select the subject your student needs the most help in:

Note: If you and your student complete the paper version: ELA assessment or paper version: Math assessment, please submit your student’s answers in the online versions above in order receive an email identifying the gaps in your student’s learning. Please do this before moving on to the next step.

Next, match the questions your student answered incorrectly on the assessment with resources below. (Click here to jump to Math.)

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ELA

Question 1: I can write my first and last name. (Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing. [L.K.2])

          •   Lesson 1 – Beginner
          •   Lesson 2 – Practiced
          •   Lesson 3 – Skilled
          •   Lesson 4 – Expert
          •   Lesson 5 – Champion

Question 2: I can write my uppercase letters. (Print many upper- and lowercase letters; Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet. [L.K.1.A; RF.K.1.D])

          •   Lesson 1 – Beginner
          •   Lesson 2 – Practiced
          •   Lesson 3 – Skilled
          •   Lesson 4 – Expert
          •   Lesson 5 – Champion

Question 3: I can name my lowercase letters. (Print many upper- and lowercase letters; Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet. [L.K.1.A; RF.K.1.D])

          •   Lesson 1 – Beginner
          •   Lesson 2 – Practiced
          •   Lesson 3 – Skilled
          •   Lesson 4 – Expert
          •   Lesson 5 – Champion

Question 4: What rhymes with cat/bug/hot? (Recognize and produce rhyming words. [RF.K.2.A])

          •   Lesson 1 – Beginner
          •   Lesson 2 – Practiced
          •   Lesson 3 – Skilled
          •   Lesson 4 – Expert
          •   Lesson 5 – Champion

Question 5: I can name the parts of a book. (Show your student a grade-appropriate book). (Identify the front cover, back cover, and title page of a book. [RI.K.5])

          •   Lesson 1 – Beginner
          •   Lesson 2 – Practiced
          •   Lesson 3 – Skilled
          •   Lesson 4 – Expert
          •   Lesson 5 – Champion

 

Finally, complete a ELA post-assessment with your student to track your student’s progress!

Need help? Email programs [at] schoolonwheels.org

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Math

Question 1: I can count to 100. (Count to 100 by ones and by tens. [K.CC.A.1])

          •   Video Tutorial
          •   Lesson 1 – Beginner
          •   Lesson 2 – Practiced
          •   Lesson 3 – Skilled
          •   Lesson 4 – Expert
          •   Lesson 5 – Champion
          •   Practice Quiz

Question 2: I can write my numbers 1-20. (Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects). [K.CC.A.3])

          •   Video Tutorial (coming soon)
          •   Lesson 1 – Beginner
          •   Lesson 2 – Practiced
          •   Lesson 3 – Skilled
          •   Lesson 4 – Expert
          •   Lesson 5 – Champion
          •   Practice Quiz (coming soon)

Question 3: What’s the name of the shape shown below? (Correctly name shapes regardless of their orientations or overall size. [K.G.A.2])

          •   Video Tutorial
          •   Lesson 1 – Beginner
          •   Lesson 2 – Practiced
          •   Lesson 3 – Skilled
          •   Lesson 4 – Expert
          •   Lesson 5 – Champion
          •   Practice Quiz

Question 4: Are there more hearts or stars in the picture shown below? (Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group, e.g., by using matching and counting strategies. [K.CC.C.6])

          •   Video Tutorial
          •   Lesson 1 – Beginner
          •   Lesson 2 – Practiced
          •   Lesson 3 – Skilled
          •   Lesson 4 – Expert
          •   Lesson 5 – Champion
          •   Practice Quiz

Question 5: Look at the picture below. If you add 5 more circles in this picture, how many circles will there be altogether? (Represent addition and subtraction with objects, fingers, mental images, drawings, sounds (e.g., claps), acting out situations, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations. [K.OA.A.1])

          •   Video Tutorial
          •   Lesson 1 – Beginner
          •   Lesson 2 – Practiced
          •   Lesson 3 – Skilled
          •   Lesson 4 – Expert
          •   Lesson 5 – Champion
          •   Practice Quiz

 

Finally, complete a Math post-assessment with your student to track your student’s progress!

Need help? Email programs [at] schoolonwheels.org