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Washington Standards for Kindergarten English Language Arts

WA.1. Reading: The student understands and uses different skills and strategies to read.

1.1. Use word recognition skills and strategies to read and comprehend text.

1.1.1. Understand and apply concepts of print.
1.1.1.b. Identify front cover, back cover, and title of books.
1.1.2. Understand and apply phonological awareness and phonemic awareness.
1.1.2.b. Discriminate auditorially rhyme and identify rhyming words in response to an oral prompt.
1.1.4. Apply understanding of phonics.
1.1.4.b. Identify common consonant sounds and short vowel sounds.
1.1.4.c. Use common consonant sounds with short vowel sounds to decode three- and four-letter words.

1.4. Apply word recognition skills and strategies to read fluently.

1.4.1. Know common sight words appropriate to grade-level.
1.4.1.b. Recognize common sight words in text.

WA.2. Reading: The student understands the meaning of what is read.

2.1. Demonstrate evidence of reading comprehension.

2.1.5. Understand how to infer/ predict meaning.
2.1.5.a. Use pictures and culturally relevant text read aloud and/or during shared reading to predict what will happen next; support predictions using information from the text.

2.2. Understand and apply knowledge of text components to comprehend text.

2.2.1. Understand story sequence.
2.2.1.a. Retell familiar stories using a beginning, middle, and end. (Note: Story telling order can differ between cultures. For example, in some cultures the end of the story is told first.)
2.2.3. Understand story elements.
2.2.3.a. Identify story elements of character, setting, and important events with teacher guidance.

2.3. Expand comprehension by analyzing, interpreting, and synthesizing information and ideas in literary and informational text.

2.3.2. Understand concept of categories.
2.3.2.a. Sort objects by various attributes such as color, size, and purpose.
2.3.2.b. Orally sort words by various attributes (e.g., food, animals, colors, shapes).

WA.3. Writing: The student writes clearly and effectively.

3.3. Knows and applies writing conventions appropriate for the grade level. (W)

3.3.2. Uses phonemes and letter knowledge in phonetic spelling.
3.3.2.a. Spells some high-frequency one- to three-letter words (e.g., I, me, cat).
3.3.2.b. Uses beginning and ending sounds to write words.
3.3.2.c. Understands that the sequence of letters in a word matches the sequence of sounds.
3.3.5. Applies usage rules.
3.3.5.a. Uses pronouns as substitutes for nouns orally.
3.3.5.b. Uses correct singular and plural nouns orally.

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