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Kindergarten @ Dalton Learning Academy
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Dear Parents,

                As your child prepares for a different and exciting new year in Kindergarten, we are giving you a list of suggested school supplies and uniforms for the 2020-2021 school year.

UNIFORMS

Provided in your packet but can also be found in the website below
                – https://www.frenchtoast.com/schoolbox/schools/dalton-learning-center-QS61C2M

Face shield is mandatory for ages 3 and up. It can be found at Amazon.

SUPPLY LIST

  • 1 Bible (NKJV)
  • 1 Webster’s Dictionary
  • 1 Back pack (without wheels)
  • 1 11”x17” zipper pencil bag (pouch)
  • 5 Marble composition notebooks
  • 5 two-pocket folders
  • 1 pack white lined paper
  • 2 pack no.2 yellow pencils
  • 1 Box of dry erase markers (expo)
  • 2-4 pack Glue (liquid) bottle
  • 1 Scissors
  • 1 pack index cards
  • 1 pack expo markers
  • 2 Box of 24 crayons
  • 1 Box of colored pencils
  • 1 box washable markers (Crayola preferred)
  • 2 big “pink pearl” eraser
  • 1 set of watercolors
  • 2 boxes of tissues
  • 1 (big bottle) hand sanitizer
  • 1 letter size clip board
  • 1 container of Clorox wipes
  • 2 bottles of anti-bacterial Liquid soaps
  • 1 container of Clorox wipes (no Lysol brand due to allergies)

 

  • Expect to have and replenish throughout the school year as needed.
  • Personal Items MUST be labeled.
 
Reading
The student…
  • recognizes letters of the alphabet
  • associates sounds with letters of the alphabet
  • understands basic phonological/phonetic principles (ex., knows rhyming words, knows words that have the same initial and final sounds)
  • blends individual sounds into words
  • understands how print is organized and read
    (ex., locating print on a page, matching print to speech, knowing parts of a book, reading from top-to-bottom, left-to-right and sweeping back to left for the next line)
  • uses a variety of sources to build vocabulary (ex., word walls, other people and life experiences)
  • develops vocabulary by discussing characters and events from a story
  • uses strategies to comprehend text
    (ex., retelling, discussing, asking questions, using illustrations and sequences of events)
  • knows the main idea or essential message from a read-aloud story or informational piece
  • selects materials to read for pleasure
  • demonstrates phonemic awareness
Writing Development
The student…
  • writes a story that makes sense
  • stays on topic
  • demonstrates phonemic awareness
  • uses sight words
  • writes from left to right
  • leaves space between words
Mathematics
Number Sense
The student…
  • counts, reads and writes numerals to 10 or more and counts backward from 10 to 1
  • knows that cardinal numbers indicate quantity and ordinal numbers indicate position
  • uses language such as before or after to describe relative position in a sequence of whole numbers
  • compares 2 or more sets (up to 10) and identifies which set is equal to, more than or less than.
  • uses concrete materials to represent whole number and fractional parts of a whole
    (ex., one-half, and one-fourth)
  • counts orally by 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s using concrete materials, pictures and hundred chart to show the concept of numbers
  • demonstrates and describes the effect of putting together and taking apart sets of objects
  • creates, acts out with objects, and solves number problems
  • estimates the number in a set and verifies by counting
  • builds models to show that numbers are odd or even
Measurements
The student…
  • measures and communicates length, distance and weight of objects using nonstandard, concrete materials
  • describes the concepts of time, temperature and capacity
  • uses direct and indirect comparison to sort and order objects
  • uses uniform, nonstandard units to estimate and verify by measuring length and width of common classroom objects
  • knows and compares the value of a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter
  • knows measurement tools and uses them for length, weight, capacity and time
  • knows and sorts 2-dimensional shapes (ex., circles, squares, and triangles) and 3-dimensional objects (ex., cubes and cones)
  • recognizes and creates symmetrical figures
  • knows the attributes of circles, squares, triangles and rectangles
Algebraic Thinking
The student…
  • identifies simple patterns of sounds, physical movement, and concrete objects
  • classifies and sorts objects by color, shape, size, kind and which do not belong in a group
  • predicts, extends and creates patterns
  • knows that symbols can be used to represent missing or unknown quantities
    (ex., fill in the missing number in 5, 6, _, 8)
  • Data Analysis & Probability
  • The student…
  • knows how to display answers to simple questions involving two categories or choices using concrete materials or pictures on a graph or chart
  • interprets data in pictorial or concrete materials (ex., pictures on a graph or chart)
  • interprets data in pictorial or concrete graphs
  • uses concrete materials, pictures or graphs to show range and mode
  • knows if a given event is more likely, equally likely, or less likely to occur

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2601 SW Port St. Lucie Blvd Port St. Lucie, FL 34953

Daltonlearningacademy.com

daltonlearningacademy@gmail.com, daltonlearningcenter@gmail.com

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