Sequences parts of the story as required Imitates actions that go together with

Sequences parts of the story as required imitates

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Sequences parts of the story as required Imitates actions that go together with song or rhymes Deduces insights related to values from stories Shows ability to alter parts of stories, poems or songs Uses vocabulary appropriate for the age level Speaks in proper sentence structures Reading Skills Knows sound of alphabet Recognizes his name in print Discriminates – beginning Discriminates – middle Discriminates ending Discriminates phonetics sounds Reads simple c-v-c patterns words
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Writing Skills Executes fundamental strokes Writes letters legibly following the lines… Writes name accurately Copies simple words correctly Grips pencil properly while writing Colors evenly following lines Shows mastery of letter forms Memory Recall Recalls 4 objects seen in a picture Tells what is missing when one object is removed from a group of three Retells 5 main factors from the story heard 3 times Retells sequence of a story Names days of week in order Identifies objects, persons, events in stories with accuracy Repeats back rhythm made by teacher VI. SOCIAL SKILLS Observation Remarks Relates well with others in work Plays at ease with others Shares with others Responds positively to authority Exhibits self-confidence Welcomes responsibilities Shows a happy disposition Copes well with varying situations Initiates interaction (through eye contact, touching and calling Responds to his name when called Stops crying with verbal attention Shows affection to adults Seeks comfort through physical contact (likes to be hugged) Interactions with strangers Explores his environment Plays appropriately with toys and pack them away Plays alone near peers Interacts with peers Waits for his/her turn Knows how to participate in one rule game Identifies personal belongings Cares for his own belongings Accepts routines and adjusts to changes Knows how to listen Knows how to follow adult direction Greets visitors and other familiar personalities Behaves appropriately in various social settings Knows how to say “Please” Knows how to say “Excuse me”
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Knows how to say “Thank you” Knows how to say “You’re welcome” Knows how to say “po” “opo” CREATIVE ARTS Observation Remarks Expresses ideas through drawing or other art works Sings at ease Draws simple object representation Participates actively in dramatic plays Uses modeling dough efficiently Creates own style of objects WORK HABITS Works neatly Completes work on time Handles with care school things Follows simple instruction with accuracy Initiates clean up of things which were meshed up Packs up materials which were used VII. EXISTENTIAL SKILLS Shows awareness of good and evil Listens attentively to Bible reading Recites simple memory verses Knows Christian songs Knows how to pray Understands basic Biblical concepts Practices Biblical values such as love, obedience, honesty, kindness, etc.
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