Follows complete toileting wiping flushing washing hand Desires independent

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Follows complete toileting, wiping, flushing, washing hand Desires independent toileting Hygiene and Grooming Washes hands with soap Washes face with soap Knows how to use a washcloth Dries hands/face alone Combs/brushes hair properly Brushes teeth regularly Blows nose on command Keeps nose clean with hanky or tissue Keeps oneself clean and neat Take care of personal needs Safety Handles sharp objects with care Recognizes safety Practices rules of safety II. MOTOR SKILLS Gross Motor Development Jumps over an object with both feet
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Walls forward independently Climbs upstairs and goes downstairs using alternate feet Skips will with or without rope Balances well within a given path Hops well Handles balls and blocks with ease Kicks while standing Fine Motor Development Builds tower of 2 nd stage of block building Strings beads on the thread or shoelace Performs twisting activities efficiently Folds paper or napkins with ease Cuts straight lines Cuts curved lines Cuts jagged line Cuts around pictures Rolls up mats, paper or any item with similar materials Tears paper with lines Rolls balls Hold pencils, crayon and paint brush properly Ties shoes Uses 3 finger grasp Puts small objects in a bottle Handles pegs on board properly III. PERCEPTUAL SKILLS Classification Observation Remarks Compares objects according Size Height Color Texture Quantity (more or less) Taste Shape Seriation Observation Remarks Orders by size Orders by length Orders by texture Orders by color Orders by quantity Recognition Identifies shapes Identifies or recognizes Philippine money Recognizes prominent color Identifies missing parts of puzzle Recognizes distinct sounds or tunes simple Recognizes simple pictures of objects creatures Finds out opposites: up-down Finds out opposite: sad-happy Spatial Relations
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Understands distinctions of in-out Understands distinctions of under-above Understands distinctions of front-back Understands distinctions of up-down Understands distinctions of left-right Understands distinctions of beside-between IV. NUMERICAL SKILLS Repeats numbers out of sequence Puts objects in container (1-10) Counts or points to 3 objects Counts or points to 6 points Counts 5 objects aloud without assistance Counts 8 objects aloud without assistance Counts 10 objects aloud without assistance Counts and tells how many Counts beyond 10 (up to ) Adds combination totaling up to 10 Subtracts combinations resulting to differences within the 1-10 range Names positions of objects from a set Gives requested number of objects from a set Tells distinction between more or less Sequences nos. 1-10 Sequences symbols Matches equal set 1-10 object Points to names numerals (1-25) V. LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT SKILLS Listening, speaking and reasoning skills Observation Remarks Express thoughts or ideas clearly Follows oral direction with accuracy Tells story about picture spontaneously Recites rhymes, shot poems with proper expressions or inflections Speaks distinctly Listens to orally read stories or poems
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