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					                       TN EC EL Developmental Standards
                                        For

                               The Big Red Barn



For the purpose of aligning the Read It Once Again Curriculum with the Tennessee
Early Childhood Early Learning Developmental Standards, a sequential numerical
system has been created. This numerical assignment is for identification purposes
only. The complete TN EC EL Developmental Standards can be found on the
Tennessee Department of Education’s website.
                                                                    TN EC EL Developmental Standards
                                                                                                For
                                                                                   The Big Red Barn

                                                                                   Speech and Language

Speech and Language Development for 37 through 48 months (3 years to 4 years)


                                       Component   Learning Expectations      Performance Indicators (examples) by the end of age
                       Learning
                       Area of




                                                                                                                                               Read It Once Again Correlation Numbers
Domain




                                                        (examples)                                   span


                                                                             Responds correctly to questions about own name, sex and age
                                                         Listens with                                                                          LCR1
                                                      understanding and      Understands size comparatives
                                                                                                                                               LCR2
                                                          interest to        Understands relationships expressed by “if,” “then” or
                                                        conversations,                                                                         LCR3
                                                                             “because” sentences
Language Development




                                                   directions, music and a   Understands “let’s pretend” and “make-believe”
                                                                                                                                               LCR4
                                                      variety of reading
                       Communication




                                                                             Listens attentively and shows understanding of story plot by
                                                           materials                                                                           LCR5
                                                                             responding to questions
                                                                             Anticipates correct response to statements made regarding
                                       Receptive                                                                                               LCR6
                                                                             familiar routines (goes and gets coat when told it’s time to go
                                       Language
                                                                             outside, finds own blanket and mat when told it’s nap time)
                                                        Demonstrates
                                                                             Knows where he lives (i.e., street name and number)
                                                      understanding of                                                                         LCR7
                                                                             Understands colors and can identify basic colors when asked
                                                    conversations through                                                                      LCR8
                                                       own actions and       (red, yellow, blue, green, orange, purple and others)
                                                                             Understands responses to “Hi” and “How are you?” and
                                                   responses to directions                                                                     LCR9
                                                                             answers appropriately
                                                        and questions
                                                                             Carries out a three-part, related direction (three levels
                                                                                                                                               LCR10
                                                                             would be “Please, would you get the can of dog food out of
                                                                             the refrigerator and feed the puppy?”)
Speech and Language Development for 37 through 48 months (3 years to 4 years)

                                                         Learning
                                       Component                           Performance Indicators (examples) by the
                       Learning
                       Area of

                                                                                                                               Read It Once Again Correlation Numbers
Domain




                                                       Expectations
                                                                                       end of age span
                                                        (examples)

                                                                          Tells familiar stories
                                                                                                                             LCE1
                                                                          Likes to make up stories; likes silly words and
                                                                                                                             LCE2
                                                                          stories
                                                                          Knows and tells names and sex of family members
                                                                                                                             LCE3
                                                    Uses language for a   Engages in imaginary talk; plays both roles
Language Development




                                                                                                                             LCE4
                                                    variety of purposes
                                                                          Asks many questions; wants to know how answers
                                                                                                                             LCE5
                       Communication




                                                                          fit into her own thoughts and understanding
                                                                          Shows lots of imagination in verbal expressions
                                                                                                                             LCE6
                                       Expressive                         Tells the sequence of a story with appropriate
                                                                                                                             LCE7
                                        Language                          pictures
                                                                          Likes to talk about things that have happened
                                                                                                                             LCE8
                                                                          and will happen
                                                                          Continues to ask questions to keep conversation
                                                                                                                             LCE9
                                                                          going
                                                      Participates in     Participates in meaningful, two-way conversation
                                                                                                                             LCE10
                                                      conversations       with another person
                                                                                                                             LCE11
                                                                          Continues to ask many “who,” “what,” “why” and
                                                                          “where” questions
Speech and Language Development for 37 through 48 months (3 years to 4 years)


                                       Component    Learning Expectations     Performance Indicators (examples) by the
                       Learning
                       Area of

                                                                                                                                Read It Once Again Correlation Numbers
Domain




                                                         (examples)                       end of age span


                                                                              May combine sentences in conversation
                                                                                                                               LCE13

                                                                              Expresses both physical and emotional feelings
                                       Expressive                                                                              LCE14
                                        Language                              Uses more plural words but may over-
                                                                                                                               LCE15
                                                      Uses conventions of     generalize (foots for feet)
                                                                              Understands past tense, adds “ed” to verbs
                                                    speech while expressing                                                    LCE16
Language Development




                                                             ideas            Uses contractions regularly
                                                                                                                               LCE17
                       Communication




                                                                              Uses new vocabulary and grammatical
                                                                                                                               LCE18
                                                                              construction in language
                                                                              Talks in complete, complex sentences 4-8
                                                                                                                               LCE19
                                                                              words in length

                                                                              Uses some slang words and common colloquial
                                                                                                                               LCS1
                                                                              expressions like “Mama carried grandma to the
                                                                              doctor.”
                                                                              Produces most of the consonant sounds of our
                                                    Speech is clear enough
                                                                                                                               LCS2
                                                                              language correctly
                                       Speech        to be understood by      May still have some difficulty saying certain
                                                                                                                               LCS3
                                                         most people          sounds that are hard to produce, most
                                                                              frequently with (r), (er) and (l)
                                                                              Says multi-syllable words easily (balloon,
                                                                                                                               LCS4
                                                                              dinosaur, umbrella, automobile)
Speech and Language Development for 49 through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                Correlations
                                                                                                                                                               Kindergarten
                                                       Learning
                                       Component                         Performance Indicators (examples) by the
                       Learning
                       Area of


                                                                                                                              Read It Once Again Correlation
Domain




                                                     Expectations
                                                                                     end of age span                                    Numbers
                                                      (examples)

                                                                        Understands “today”                                                                    Math K.4.1.c
                                                                                                                            LCR1
                                                                        Knows the names and sex of family members                                              Hlth K.5.1 Lvl
                                                                                                                            LCR2
                                                                                                                                                               1&2
                                                                        Understands the concept of siblings and can name                                       Hlth K.5.1 Lvl
                                                                                                                            LCR3
                                                                        brothers and sisters                                                                   1
                                                                        Knows concept of age (e.g. big brother/oldest                                          Hlth K.5.2/3
                                                                                                                            LCR4
                                                                        brother; baby sister/littlest sister)
                                                                        Understands the meaning of more prepositions                                           Math K.3.2
                                                                                                                            LCR5
Language Development




                                                                        (e.g. “beneath,” “between,” “below”)
                                                                        Understands “yesterday” and “tomorrow”                                                 Math K.4.1.c
                                                                                                                            LCR6
                       Communication




                                                       Listens with
                                                                        Defines objects by their use                                                           Math K.4.2/VA
                                                   understanding and                                                        LCR7
                                                                                                                                                               K.1.0
                                       Receptive        interest to
                                                                        Understands “same” and “different”                                                     *Math k.3.3
                                       Language      conversations,                                                         LCR8
                                                    directions, music   Carries out a four-order, related direction (four
                                                                                                                            LCR9
                                                    and a variety of    levels would be “Time to go to bed; you need to
                                                   reading materials    take a bath, brush your teeth, put on your clean                                       *L/A K.1.02e
                                                                        pajamas and find your favorite books for me to
                                                                        read to you.”)
                                                                        Able to follow several unrelated directions in
                                                                                                                            LCR10
                                                                        proper order, such as “Turn off the television,
                                                                                                                                                               L/A K.1.02.a/e
                                                                        pick up the toys in your bedroom, and then come
                                                                        to the table for lunch.”
                                                                        Understands simple, then more complex,                                                 L/AK.1.02.b
                                                                                                                            LCR11
                                                                        sequences of events
                                                                        Understands concept of more/less, full/empty,                                          *Math
                                                                                                                            LCR12
                                                                        which lays a foundation for math concepts                                              K.4.1.a/b
Speech and Language Development for 49 through 60 months (4 to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                     Correlations
                                                                                                                                                    Kindergarten
                                                      Learning
                       Learning
                                       Component                    Performance Indicators (examples) by the end of
                       Area of


                                                                                                                               Read It Once Again
Domain




                                                    Expectations
                                                                                       age span                                   Correlations
                                                     (examples)

                                                                   Likes telling and retelling stories, poems and songs                             L/A K.1.01.h
                                                                                                                              LCE1
                                                                   Tells the sequence of a story without pictures                                   L.A K.1.01.i
                                                                                                                              LCE2
                                                        Uses
                                                                   Talks about something that is not in front of him (“Last                         L/A K.1.01
                                                    language for                                                              LCE3
                                                                   night, we went to the movies.”)                                                  .e/f/g
                                                    a variety of
                                                                   Easily expresses his feelings, fears, ideas, wishes and                          L/A K.1.03.c
                                                      purposes                                                                LCE4
                                                                   dreams
                                                                   Says full name and full address; knows more about where                          L/A K.3.03.b
                                                                                                                              LCE5
                                                                   she lives (state, country)
Language Development




                                                                   Uses, past, present and future verb tense                                        L/A K.3.01.b
                                                                                                                              LCE6
                       Communication




                                                                   Understands “yesterday,” “today” and “tomorrow”                                  Math K.4.1.c
                                                                                                                              LCE7
                                                                   May use slang (e.g., “Give me five,” “Cool!”)                                    L/A K.1.02.d
                                                                                                                              LCE8
                                       Expressive                  Generally uses sentences with correct grammar                                    L/A K.3.01/04
                                        Language
                                                                                                                              LCE9
                                                                   Pronounces new words easily                                                      L/A K.1.01.b
                                                       Uses                                                                   LCE10
                                                    conventions    Has expanding vocabulary (keep in mind that a child                              L/A K.1.01.a
                                                     of speech
                                                                                                                              LCE11
                                                                   knows more words than he says)
                                                       while       Understands and uses colloquial expressions in daily
                                                                                                                              LCE12
                                                    expressing     conversation (e.g. bag/sack—“I have a bag of popcorn,”
                                                       ideas       or “I have a sack of candy,” take/carry—“Momma took
                                                                   Grandma to the doctor,” or “Momma carried Grandma to                             L/A K.1.01.a
                                                                   the doctor,” pick up children/hook-up—“Momma’s going to
                                                                   pick up the children from school today.” Or “Momma’s
                                                                   going to run the hook-up today.”)
                                                                   Talks in more complete and more complex sentences;                               L/A K.1.01.e/f/i/
                                                                                                                              LCE13
                                                                   sentences are related to each other and fit together in                          3.04
                                                                   thought
Speech and Language Development for 49 months through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                         Correlations
                                                                                                                                                        Kindergarten
                                                      Learning
                                       Component                      Performance Indicators (examples) by
                       Learning
                       Area of

                                                                                                                      Read It Once Again Correlations
Domain




                                                    Expectations
                                                                              the end of age span
                                                     (examples)

                                                                      Takes turns in conversation and then                                              L/A K.1.01
                                                                                                                     LCE14
                                       Expressive   Participates in   interrupts less frequently                                                        e/g/1.02.b
                                        Language    conversations     Engages in “give and take” conversations                                          L/A K.1.01.g
                                                                                                                     LCE15
                                                                      with friends on topics of interest
Language Development




                                                                      Generally produces all sounds of language                                         L/A K.1.04
                                                                                                                     LCS1
                                                                      accurately and is easily understood by
                       Communication




                                                                      others

                                                                      Learns to say new words easily, even those                                        L/A K.1.04.g
                                                                                                                     LCS2
                                                                      with 4 or 5 syllables (e.g. “hippopotamus,”
                                                    Speaks clearly    “television,” “rhinoceros”)
                                        Speech       enough to be     Uses a dialect that matches peers and
                                                                                                                     LCS3                               *L/A K.1.01
                                                      understood      adults in family, neighborhood and part of
                                                                      country in which he lives

                                                                                                                     LCS4
                                                                      Uses dialect that patterns the rhythm,
                                                                      pitches, stress and intonation of geographic                                      *L/A K.1.01
                                                                      area and cultural background
                                                                                     Cognitive Development

Speech and Language Development for 37 through 48 months (3 years to 4 years)

                                                               Learning
                                          Component                              Performance Indicators (examples) by
                        Learning
                        Area of




                                                                                                                                  Read It Once Again Correlation Numbers
Domain




                                                             Expectations
                                                                                         the end of age span
                                                              (examples)

                                                                                  Makes relevant comments and asks logical
                                                                                                                                 CELVE1
                                                                                 questions about the story; begins to predict
                                                         Engages verbally
                                                                                            what will happen next
                                                         with stories in books
                                            Verbal       and movies
                                                                                 Tells own story, with a sequence, using one
                                                                                                                                 CELVE2
                                          Expression                             or more pictures
                                             and         Uses more advanced      Speaks in longer sentences, using more
                                                                                                                                 CELVE3
Cognitive Development




                                         Communication                           adjectives and adverbs, and some clauses
                                                          sentence structure
                                                                                 beginning with when, if, after; asks to
                                                              and varied
                        Early Literacy




                                                                                 have unknown words explained
                                                         vocabulary in verbal
                                                                                 Asks for names of unknown objects, colors,
                                                              expression                                                         CELVE4
                                                                                 etc.
                                                          Listens attentively    Maintains attention to stories and responds
                                                                                                                                 CELL1
                                                              to stories,        to questions appropriately
                                                                                 Participates with understanding in activities
                                                          conversations, and                                                     CELL2
                                                                                 with stories, songs, finger plays and poems
                                                           explanations and
                                                                                 Notices if reader omits parts of a familiar
                                                             demonstrates                                                        CELL3
                                                                                 story
                                         Listening and       understanding
                                         Understanding      Understands an                                                       CELL4
                                                         increasingly complex    Comprehends and uses new words that are
                                                               and varied        introduced with stories, thematic units,
                                                                                 field trips and other daily activities
                                                            vocabulary for
                                                         objects, attributes,
                                                          actions and events
Early Literacy for 37 through 48 months (3 years to 4 years)

                                                             Learning
                                         Component                             Performance Indicators (examples) by
                        Learning
                        Area of

                                                                                                                               Read It Once Again Correlation Numbers
Domain




                                                           Expectations
                                                                                       the end of age span
                                                            (examples)

                                                                               Repeats rhymes without prompts and enjoys
                                                                                                                             CELPH1
                                                                               rhymes in songs, poems, and finger plays
                                                        Initiates word play
                                                                               Identifies whether or not two words rhyme
                                                        and like rhymes and                                                  CELPH2
                                                                               Enjoys stories with alliteration, where all
                                                          silly sounds and                                                   CELPH3
Cognitive Development




                                                                               words have the same speech sound; plays
                                                                words
                                                                               with the sounds and participates in the
                        Early Literacy




                                                                               production of more words
                                                         Completes a rhyme     With a familiar poem, supplies a missing
                                                                                                                             CELPH4
                                                        and recites at least   word that rhymes with another word
                                         Phonological
                                         Awareness           three rhymes
                                                        Begins to detect the   Claps or beats the rhythm (syllable beats)
                                                                                                                             CELPH5
                                                          syllable structure   in own name and other familiar names
                                                           (rhythm) of oral
                                                                 words
                                                         Begins to combine     When the adult provides 2 words that can
                                                                                                                             CELPH6
                                                           (blend) parts of    be combined to form a compound word,
                                                         compound words to     child identifies the compound word (e.g.,
                                                                               given base and ball, she produces the word
                                                         make a whole word
                                                                               baseball)
Early Literacy for 37 through 48 months (3 years to 4 years)


                                         Component   Learning Expectations   Performance Indicators (examples) by the
                        Learning
                        Area of

                                                                                                                               Read It Once Again Correlation Numbers
Domain




                                                          (examples)                     end of age span


                                                                             Recognizes specific books by their covers; asks
                                                                                                                               CELPR1
                                                                             to be read to; asks for favorite books to be
                                                         Demonstrates
                                                                             read again and again; pretends to read; makes
                                                     interest in books and
                                                                             comments and asks questions as story is read;
                                                       what they contain
Cognitive Development




                                                                             participates in re-reading by supplying
                                                                             repetitive phrases
                        Early Literacy




                                                        Understands how      Recognizes when books are upside down or
                                                                                                                               CELPR2
                                                      books work and the     backwards and turns to correct orientation

                                           Print     way they are handled
                                         Awareness    Begins to attend to    Asks questions about printed name and letters
                                                                                                                               CELPR3
                                                          print in the       in it, recognizes printed name and attempts to
                                                          environment,       print; uses same purposeful scribbling when
                                                                             “writing”
                                                      especially own name
                                                        Shows awareness      Begins to look at and comment about the print
                                                                                                                               CELPR4
                                                     that print conveys a    as much as the pictures; begins to “read”
                                                      message, that print    common signs and other print when traveling in
                                                                             a vehicle
                                                      is read rather than
                                                          the pictures
Early Literacy for 37 through 48 months (3 years to 4 years)

                        Learning
                                          Component       Learning Expectations      Performance Indicators (examples) by the end of age
                        Area of

                                                                                                                                                        Read It Once Again
Domain




                                                               (examples)                                   span                                        Correlation Numbers


                                                                Discriminates      Identifies which objects are the same or different in color,
                                                                                                                                                     CELV1
                                             Visual                                shape, size, texture
                                                          likenesses/differences
                                         Discrimination
                                                               in real objects
                                                                Discriminates      Can discriminate which pictured objects are alike or different
                                                                                                                                                     CELV2
                                                          likenesses/differences   based on color, shape, size, number
                                                            in pictured objects
                                                                                   Completes puzzles of 4 to 10 pieces; notices and identifies
                                         Visual                                                                                                      CELV3
                                                           Develops awareness      missing parts and common objects; constructs a simple block
                                         Whole-Part-                               design, using a model
                                                           of parts and wholes
Cognitive Development




                                         Whole
                                                            and how the parts
                                         Relationships                                                                                               CELV4
                        Early Literacy




                                                           relate to the whole
                                                                                   Finds hidden figure pictures


                                                            Uses left-to-right     Continues a color-, or shape- or size pattern using a concrete
                                                                                                                                                     CELV5
                                             Visual                                model
                                                            and top-to-bottom
                                           Sequencing
                                                          scanning and observes
                                          (Patterning)
                                                           and reproduces each
                                                                                   Continues a pattern of 2 variables (shape and color, color and
                                                           element in a pattern                                                                      CELV6
                                                                                   size, or size and shape) from a concrete model
                                                             of 3-dimensional
                                                                  objects
                                                            Begins to recognize    Looks at peer’s name in print and recognizes that Johnny starts
                                                                                                                                                     CELLR1
                                            Letter          beginning letter of    with the same letter as his own name, Joshua
                                          Recognition        familiar words or
                                                            environmental print
                                                                                   “Writes” name on paper; letters may or may not be readily
                                                           Attempts to “write”                                                                       CELLR2
                                                                                   identified by others; letters may or may not be from left to
                                                              his own name
                                                                                   right or in a straight line
Early Literacy for 49through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                     Correlations
                                                                                                                                                                    Kindergarten
                                          Component      Learning Expectations    Performance Indicators (examples) by
                        Learning
                        Area of

                                                                                                                                   Read It Once Again Correlation
Domain




                                                              (examples)                  the end of age span                                Numbers



                                                                                 Recalls more detail from stories, using                                            K1.02c
                                                          Understands story
                                                                                                                                 CELL1
                                                                                 growing vocabulary
                                                          events and overall     Recalls many events from recent experiences
                                                                                                                                 CELL2
                                                             theme, and          (e.g., field trip or family excursion)
Cognitive Development




                                                            conversations        Holds conversation with adults or peers                                            K.1.02b
                                                                                                                                 CELL3
                                                                                 about familiar books
                        Early Literacy




                                                                                 Makes comments during story reading that                                           K.1.02
                                                                                                                                 CELL4
                                                                                 relate the story content to previous stories,
                                                           Relates a plot of
                                         Listening and                           or to his own life experiences
                                                         story to self and own
                                                                                 Correctly answers questions about the story
                                         Understanding        experiences                                                        CELL5
                                                                                 plot and events

                                                                                 Shows understanding of stories with more
                                                                                                                                 CELL6
                                                          Can organize more      complex chain of events
                                                           events and more
                                                                                 Begins to predict what might happen next
                                                          complex events in                                                      CELL7
                                                           sequential order      Follows a sequence of 3 directions
                                                                                                                                 CELL8                              K.1.02,
                                                                                                                                                                    HSIIA2
Early Literacy for 49through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                       Correlations
                                                                                                                                                                      Kindergarten
                        Learning                              Learning
                                          Component                             Performance Indicators (examples) by
                        Area of

                                                                                                                             Read It Once Again Correlation Numbers
Domain




                                                            Expectations
                                                                                        the end of age span
                                                             (examples)

                                                                                Asks questions and makes comments                                                     K 1.01e
                                                                                                                             CELVE1
                                                         Engages in dialogue    related to a topic of discussion                                                      K 1.01g
                                                         (conversation with     Understands and uses past, present, and                                               HS l B2
                                                                                                                             CELVE2
                                                              others)           future verb tense appropriately

                                                                                Retells story with many events in                                                     K 1.01D
Cognitive Development




                                                           Organizes major
                                                                                                                             CELVE3
                                                                                appropriate sequence, with and without                                                K 1.01h
                                                         steps of an event or   pictures
                        Early Literacy




                                                          story in sequential
                                            Verbal                              Verbalizes the major events of the day                                                K 1.01i
                                                                 order                                                       CELVE4
                                          Expression                            with some sequential order
                                             and         Uses an increasingly   Labels objects in books using a variety of
                                                                                                                             CELVE5                                   K 1.01a
                                         Communication   complex and varied     adjectives                                                                            K 1.01h
                                                          spoken vocabulary     Comments on characters and events in
                                                                                                                             CELVE6                                   HS l B3
                                                             and sentence       books and movies
                                                               structure
                                                         Asks many types of                                                  CELVE7                                   K 1.01g
                                                             questions and                                                                                            K 1.01a
                                                                                Asks and answers who, what, where,
                                                          responds correctly                                                                                          HS l B4
                                                                                when, why questions
                                                           to many types of
                                                               questions
Early Literacy for 49 through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                    Correlations
                                                                                                                                                                   Kindergarten
                                         Component      Learning Expectations     Performance Indicators (examples) by
                        Learning
                                                                                                                                  Read It Once Again Correlation
                        Area of
Domain




                                                             (examples)                   the end of age span                               Numbers



                                                          Develops increasing                                                   CELPH1                             K 1.04g
                                                                                  Claps or beats the syllable rhythm in 2-
                                                           sense of syllable
                                                                                  to 4- syllable words
                                                        structure in oral words                                                                                    HS llA4
                                                                                  Produces, independently of adult                                                 K 1.04e
                                                                                                                                CELPH2
                                                                                  assistance, a word, real or nonsense,                                            HS llA3
Cognitive Development




                                                                                  which rhymes with his name or another
                                                        Produces rhyming words
                                                                                  given word (make sure that she is varying
                        Early Literacy




                                                                                  her responses and not memorizing rhyming
                                                                                  pairs)
                                                                                  Identifies whether or not two words begin
                                         Phonological                                                                           CELPH3
                                                                                  with the same sound (when adult gives 3
                                         Awareness
                                                         Starts to develop an     or 4 oral words, child selects those that
                                                        awareness of beginning    begin with the same sound and identifies
                                                                                                                                                                   K 1.04f
                                                           sounds in words        the sound, not the letter)
                                                                                                                                                                   HS llA2
                                                                                  Names several words that begin with the
                                                                                                                                CELPH4
                                                                                  same sound as his name
                                                                                  Consistently claps the syllable beat of                                          K 1.04g
                                                         Continues to increase                                                  CELPH5
                                                                                  words of up to 4 syllables; blends given                                         K 1.04c
                                                           awareness of the
                                                                                  syllables to identify a whole word; deletes                                      HS llA4
                                                         syllable structure of
                                                                                  a syllable from a compound word and
                                                               oral words         identifies the remaining part
Early Literacy for 49 through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                              Correlations
                                                                                                                                                             Kindergarten
                                         Component   Learning Expectations     Performance Indicators (examples)
                        Learning
                        Area of

                                                                                                                            Read It Once Again Correlation
Domain




                                                          (examples)                by the end of age span                            Numbers



                                                      Understands concept                                                  CELP1                             K 1.03b
                                                                              Recognizes printed name and those of
                                                     of spoken and written                                                                                   K 1.03f
                                                                              siblings or playmates; identifies some of
                                                         word and that                                                                                       HS llC2
                                                                              the letters in own name; routinely puts
                                                     alphabet letters have    “name” on his products                                                         HS llC4
                                                        individual names
                                                                              “Writes” messages as part of play                                              K 1.03 d
                                                                                                                           CELP2
                                                                              activities; asks for help to make a list                                       HS llD1
                                                       Shows interest in
                                                                              of things or write a note to someone
Cognitive Development




                                                        purpose writing
                                                                              special
                        Early Literacy




                                                                              Uses book reading conventions: “reading”                                       K 1.03 c
                                                                                                                           CELP3
                                                          Shows good          front to back, turning 1 page at a time,                                       K 1.03 e
                                           Print       understanding of       looking from top to the bottom of the                                          HS 11B4
                                         Awareness                            page, pointing left to right.
                                                      conventions of print

                                                      Demonstrates good                                                    CELP4
                                                     word awareness, calls                                                                                   K 1.03 a
                                                      attention to print in   Identifies familiar words in books and in                                      K 1.03 b
                                                     the environment, and     environment                                                                    HS llC1
                                                        recognizes some
                                                         common words
                                                                                                                           CELP5                             K 1.03 d
                                                     Routinely engages in     Includes reading and writing activities in
                                                                                                                                                             HS llC2
                                                      purposeful reading      dramatic play; initiates writing notes to
                                                                                                                                                             HS llD1
                                                         and writing          people; shows pride in writing attempts
                                                                                                                                                             HS llD4
Early Literacy for 49 through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                      Correlations
                                                                                                                                                                     Kindergarten
                        Learning
                                          Component           Learning Expectations          Performance Indicators (examples) by
                        Area of

                                                                                                                                               Read It Once Again
Domain




                                                                   (examples)                        the end of age span                       Correlation Numbers



                                                                                                                                            CELV1
                                                           Discriminates likenesses and
                                                          differences in black and white   Selects the figure(s) or design(s) that differ
                                                           shapes, figures, and designs    based on fine internal difference or
                                                            with subtle differences in     orientation
                                             Visual            detail or orientation
                                         Discrimination                                                                                                              Art K2.1/2
                                                                                                                                                                     Math K3.1
Cognitive Development




                                                                                                                                            CELV2
                                                                                           Correctly sorts letters and numerals and can
                                                           Discriminates likenesses and
                                                                                           find words that match; names a few letters
                        Early Literacy




                                                              differences in symbols
                                                                                           and numerals
                                                                                                                                                                     Math K2.1

                                                                                                                                            CELV3
                                            Visual        Further develops awareness of    Completes puzzles of 8-20 pieces

                                         Whole-Part-        relationships of parts and
                                                                                           Reproduces a 2-dimensional design with parts
                                            Whole          wholes using more abstract                                                       CELV4
                                                                                           that vary by color and shape; constructs
                                         Relationships                figures
                                                                                           representations of objects from parts, with no                            Math K3.1
                                                                                           model
                                                          Uses left-to-right and top-to-                                                    CELV5
                                                          bottom scanning; observes and                                                                              Math K2.2
                                             Visual        reproduces a pattern with 3-
                                                          dimensional objects by using a   Reproduces simple color, size and shape
                                           Sequencing
                                                             2-dimensional paper model     patterns from a paper model
                                          (Patterning)
Early Literacy for 49through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                  Correlations
                                                                                                                                                                 Kindergarten
                        Learning         Component     Learning Expectations    Performance Indicators (examples) by
                        Area of
                                                                                                                                Read It Once Again Correlation
Domain




                                                            (examples)                  the end of age span                               Numbers



                                                                               Recognizes letters of her own name (first and
                                                                                                                               CELLR1
                                                                               then last) and letters that frequently occur                                      K 3.03 b
                                                                               in environmental print
                                                                               Recognizes letters in a specific context
                                                                                                                               CELLR2
                                                                               (mostly environmental print), but may not                                         K 3.02 a/f
                                                                               recognize them when the context changes
                                                        Begins to recognize    Is more likely to confuse uppercase letters
                                                                                                                               CELLR3
Cognitive Development




                                                              letters          within each of the following groups – DCGOQ,
                                                                               BRPSJU, EF, and NMWAVYHLITKXZ – but
                        Early Literacy




                                                                               make distinctions between letters that belong
                                                                                                                                                                 K 3.02 a/b
                                                                               to different groups
                                                                               Knows part of the ABC sequence by rote, but                                       K 1.3 b
                                           Letter                                                                              CELLR4
                                                                               does not use it to associate a letter symbol                                      K 3.02f
                                         Recognition                           with a letter name
                                                                               Can recognize some letters both in a familiar
                                                                                                                               CELLR5
                                                                               context (own name, environmental print) and
                                                         Begins to recognize   in isolation                                                                      K 3.02/03
                                                        frequently occurring   Recites ABCs; matches letter symbol with
                                                                                                                               CELLR6
                                                       uppercase and some of   letter names by rote, but may have difficulty
                                                        the most frequently    with letters that come later in the sequence                                      K 1.03 f
                                                                               (e.g., identifies KLMNOP as one letter);
                                                         occurring lowercase
                                                                               discriminates differences between upper and
                                                               letters
                                                                               lower case letters
Math and Science for 37 months through 48 months (3 years 4 years)


                                    Component     Learning Expectations    Performance Indicators (examples) by
                        Learning
                        Area of

                                                                                                                        Read It Once Again Correlation Numbers
Domain




                                                       (examples)                  the end of age span


                                                                           Counts a collection of 1-4 items and
                                                                                                                        CMN1
                                                                           begins to understand that the last
                                                                           counting word tells how many
                                                  Begins to identify and
                                   Number and                              Can quickly “see” and label a group of
                                                   label objects using                                                  CMN2
                                   Operations                              objects of one to three with a number
                                                         numbers
                                                                           Begins to make use of one-to-one
                                                                                                                        CMN3
                                                                           correspondence in counting objects and
                                                                           matching groups of objects
Cognitive Development




                                                   Explores and begins                                                  CMP1
                                                                           Begins to sort objects on the basis of one
                                                   to sort and classify
                                                                           dimension, color, size, shape
                                   Patterns and          objects
                                                                           Begins to recognize, duplicate and create
                                                                                                                        CMP2
                        Math




                                     Algebra       Begins to identify,
                                                                           patterns
                                                  describe and extend
                                                                           Begins to place objects in order through
                                                        patterns                                                        CMP3
                                                                           trial and error
                                                                           Recognizes and labels measurable
                                                                                                                        CMM1
                                                                           characteristics of objects (e.g., “I need
                                                        Begins to          the long string.”)
                                                                           Uses approximate measures of familiar
                                                      demonstrate                                                       CMM2
                                                                           objects using nonconventional measuring
                                                    understanding of
                                   Measurement                             tools
                                                  time, length, weight,
                                                                           Begins to use conventional measurement
                                                      capacity and                                                      CMM3
                                                                           terms (mile, age span, month, cup, etc.)
                                                      temperature          without accuracy
                                                                           Understands time as a sequence of events
                                                                                                                        CMM4
                                                                           that relates to her daily life
Math and Science for 37 through 48 months (3 years to 4 years)

                                                      Learning
                                   Component                             Performance Indicators (examples) by
                        Learning
                        Area of

                                                                                                                         Read It Once Again Correlation Numbers
Domain




                                                    Expectations
                                                                                 the end of age span
                                                     (examples)

                                                 Becomes aware of       Begins to build mental and physical maps of
                                                                                                                        CMG1
                                                    his body and        their surroundings
                                                  personal space
                                                   during active
                                                                        Responds to “put it beside,” or “put it         CMG2
                                                                        under”
                                                   exploration of
Cognitive Development




                                                                        Explores geometric shapes using their hands,
                                    Geometry           physical                                                         CMG3
                                                                        eyes and mind
                                   and Spatial      environment
                                     Sense
                                                  Begins to explore     Notices and copies simple repeating
                                                                                                                        CMG4
                        Math




                                                   the size, shape,     patterns, such as a wall of blocks with long,
                                                     and spatial        short, long, short…
                                                                        Begins to notice different shapes and
                                                 arrangement of real                                                    CMG5
                                                                        identifies big and small shapes
                                                       objects
                                                                                                                        CMPS1
                                                   Begins to develop    Sorts objects and counts and compares the
                                     Problem                            groups formed
                                                     foundation for
                                   Solving and
                                                 linking concepts and
                                    Analyzing                                                                           CMPS2
                                                    procedures with
                                      Data                              Builds simple structures with blocks
                                                  active experiences
Math and Science for 37 months through 48 months (3 years to 4 years)


                        Learning
                        Area of
Domain



                                   Component   Learning Expectations    Performance Indicators (examples) by
                                                    (examples)                  the end of age span                      Read It Once Again Correlation Numbers


                                                                        Understands new information and begins to
                                                                                                                       CSL1
                                                                        explore more complex situations and
                                                                        concepts
                                               Observes surroundings    Expands knowledge of and respect for
                                                                                                                       CSL2
                                     Life          in relation to       their body and the environment
                                    Science       knowledge and
                                                methods about life      Expands knowledge of and abilities to
                                                                                                                       CSL3
Cognitive Development




                                                      science           observe, describe, and discuss the natural
                                                                        world, materials, living things, and natural
                                                                        processes
                                                                                                                       CSE1
                        Science




                                                     Understands        Understands the sequence of daily events
                                   Earth and   sequencing and time in
                                     Space      relation to knowledge
                                    Science      and methods about                                                     CSE2
                                                                        Demonstrates some understanding of
                                                   Earth and space      duration of time, “all day,” “for two days”

                                                                        Begins to participate in simple
                                                                                                                       CSP1
                                                                        investigations to test observations, discuss
                                                Solves problems in      and draw conclusions, and form
                                    Physical   relation to knowledge    generalizations
                                    Science     and methods about
                                                                        Thinks about a problem and figures out
                                                                                                                       CSP2
                                                       energy
                                                                        what to do
Math and Science for 49 months through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                  Correlations
                                                                                                                                                                 Kindergarten
                                                       Learning
                                    Component                            Performance Indicators (examples) by
                        Learning
                        Area of

                                                                                                                        Read It Once Again Correlation Numbers
Domain




                                                     Expectations
                                                                                 the end of age span
                                                      (examples)

                                                  Begins to identify     Develops increased abilities to combine,
                                                                                                                       CMN1
                                                  and label objects      separate and name “how many” concrete
                                                    using numbers        objects

                                                                                                                                                                 K 1.1
                                   Number and
                                                       Develops          Begins to associate number concepts,
                                                                                                                       CMN2                                      K 1.2
                                   Operations
                                                   understanding of      vocabulary, quantities, and numerals in
                                                                         meaningful ways
Cognitive Development




                                                  numbers and their
                                                                         Develops increasing ability to count in                                                 K 1.1
                                                   association with                                                    CMN3
                                                                         sequence to 10 and beyond
                                                       objects
                                                                         Shows understanding of and uses                                                         K 1.3
                                                  Explores and begins                                                  CMP1
                        Math




                                                                         comparative words
                                                  to sort and classify
                                                                         Groups common related objects: shoe,          CMP2                                      K2.1a
                                   Patterns and         objects
                                                                         sock, foot; apple, orange plum                                                          K2.2a
                                     Algebra
                                                      Identifies,                                                      CMP3                                      K 4.2
                                                                         Copies repeating patterns and begins to
                                                    describes, and
                                                                         construct own patterns
                                                   extends patterns
                                                                         Constructs a sense of time as it relates to                                             K 4.1
                                                       Begins to                                                       CMM1
                                                                         his daily life
                                                     demonstrate
                                                                         Participates in measuring activities using                                              K 2.1
                                                   understanding of                                                    CMM2
                                   Measurement                           conventional and nonconventional measuring
                                                     time, length,       tools
                                                   weight, capacity      Uses conventional measurement, time, and      CMM3
                                                   and temperature       money terms with some accuracy
Math and Science for 49 through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                          Correlations
                                                                                                                                                         Kindergarten
                                                    Learning
                                   Component                          Performance Indicators (examples)
                        Learning
                        Area of

                                                                                                                Read It Once Again Correlation Numbers
Domain




                                                  Expectations
                                                                           by the end of age span
                                                   (examples)


                                                                                                                CMS1
                                                Becomes aware of      Builds an increasing understanding of
                                                  personal space      directionality, order, and positions of
                                                   during active      objects and words such as up, down,
                                                  exploration of      over, under, top, bottom, inside,                                                   K 3.2
Cognitive Development




                                    Spatial                           outside, in front, and behind
                                                      physical
                                   Sense and
                                                    environment
                                   Geometry
                                                   Explores and                                                 CMS2
                        Math




                                                  recognizes the      Identifies and labels several shapes
                                                 size, shape, and     (e.g., circle, square, triangle,                                                   K 3.1
                                               spatial arrangement    rectangle)
                                                  of real objects
                                                                                                                CMPS1
                                    Problem      Begins to develop
                                                                      Demonstrates increasing interest and
                                    Solving        foundation for
                                                                      awareness of numbers and counting as
                                      and      linking concepts and                                                                                      K 1.3
                                                                      a means for solving problems and
                                   Analyzing      procedures with     determining quantity
                                     Data       active experiences
Math and Science for 49 through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                   Correlations
                                                                                                                                                                  Kindergarten
                                   Component   Learning Expectations      Performance Indicators (examples) by
                        Learning
                        Area of

                                                                                                                         Read It Once Again Correlation Numbers
Domain




                                                    (examples)                    the end of age span


                                               Recognizes that living                                                   CSL1
                                                                          Begins to make comparisons among living
                                               things are made up of
                                                                          things such as flowers, insects and animals
                                                        parts                                                                                                     K 1.1
                                               Recognizes that people     Expands knowledge of and abilities to         CSL2
                                     Life       use their 5 senses to     observe, describe and discuss the natural
                                    Science         explore their         world, materials, living things and natural                                             K 2.2
                                                     environment          processes

                                                Recognizes that living                                                  SCL3
Cognitive Development




                                                                          Expands knowledge of and respect for her                                                K 5.2
                                               things live in different
                                                                          body and the environment
                                                    environments
                                               Recognizes the concept                                                   CSE1                                      K 7.1
                        Science




                                                   of day and night
                                                   Recognizes daily                                                     CSE2                                      K 8.1
                                                                          Continues to ask questions about the
                                                 weather conditions
                                                                          natural world and seeks answers through
                                                Recognizes that time      active exploration                            CSE3                                      K 8.2
                                                and temperature can
                                   Earth and     be measured with a
                                     Space     clock and thermometer
                                    Science    Recognizes a variety of                                                  CSE4                                      K 10.1
                                                                          Begins to use senses and a variety of tools
                                                 earth materials by
                                                                          and simple measuring devices to gather
                                                   their observable
                                                                          information, investigate materials and
                                                  properties (rocks,      observe processes and relationships
                                                      sand, dirt)
                                                                          Develops increasing abilities to classify,                                              K 10.2
                                               Classifies materials by                                                  CSE5
                                                                          compare and contrast objects, events and
                                                   their elements
                                                                          experiences
Math and Science for 49 through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                 Correlations
                                                                                                                                                                Kindergarten
                                   Component   Learning Expectations   Performance Indicators (examples) by
                        Learning
                        Area of

                                                                                                                       Read It Once Again Correlation Numbers
Domain




                                                    (examples)                 the end of age span


                                                                       Begins to participate in simple                CSPS1
                                               Recognizes the basic    investigations to test observations, discuss
                                                concept that forces    and draw conclusions and form
                                                 can move objects      generalizations                                                                          K 11.1
Cognitive Development




                                                  Recognizes that                                                     CSPS2
                                                    objects have       Develops growing abilities to collect,
                                               observable properties   describe and record information through a
                        Science




                                               that can change over    variety of means, including discussion,                                                  K 12.1
                                    Physical
                                                   time and under      drawing, maps and charts
                                    Science
                                                different conditions

                                                Recognizes that the
                                                                       Begins to describe and discuss predictions,    CSPS3
                                                                       explanations and generalizations based on                                                K 14.1
                                                 sun gives us light
                                                                       past experiences

                                               Recognizes that sound                                                  CSPS4
                                                                       Uses senses to observe and explore                                                       K 14.2
                                               is produced when two
                                                                       classroom materials and natural phenomena
                                                   objects collide
                                                                             Cognitive/Social-Emotional Development

Social Studies for 36 through 48 months (3 years to 4 years)


                                               Component        Learning Expectations     Performance Indicators (examples) by the end of age
                             Learning
                             Area of




                                                                                                                                                       Read It Once Again
Domain




                                                                     (examples)                                  span                                  Correlation Numbers



                                                                                          Begins to recognize likenesses and differences in others
                                                                                                                                                      SESHC1
                                                                                          Begins to understand family structures and roles
                                                                                                                                                      SESHC2
                                                              Discriminates individual,
                                                                                          Draws self, usually with head and not much detail
                                                               culture and community                                                                  SESHC3
                                                                                          Acts out family roles in dramatic play center
                                                                                                                                                      SESHC4
                                                                 Develops growing                                                                     SESHC5
Cognitive/Social-Emotional




                                                 Human         awareness of jobs and
                                              Interactions/                               Participates in classroom jobs
                                                                what is required to
                                                 Culture           perform them
                             Social Studies




                                                                                          Follows simple class rules
                                                                                                                                                      SESHC6
                                                                                          Participates in class clean-up or group activities
                                                              Begins to understand the                                                                SESHC7
                                                                  reason for rules        Understands that there is no hitting because it hurts
                                                                                                                                                      SESHC8
                                                                                          Learns to wait (for a short period of time) for her turn
                                                                                                                                                      SESHC9
                                                                                          Knows when it is snack time or meal time
                                                              Identifies common events                                                                SESH1
                                                                                          Recognizes routines of washing hands before eating or
                                                                    and routines                                                                      SESH2
                                                                                          brushing teeth after meals or before bed time
                                                              Begins to categorize time   Uses the word “today,” or “day” and “night” to talk about
                                                                                                                                                      SESH3
                                                History                                   time of day; sometimes uses the wrong term
                                                                      intervals


                                                              Recognizes the changes in   Recognizes that it is rainy, sunny, hot and cold
                                                                     environment
Social Studies for 49 through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                  Correlations
                                                                                                                                                                 Kindergarten
                                                                  Learning
                             Learning
                             Area of          Component                             Performance Indicators (examples) by the                Read It Once Again
Domain



                                                                Expectations
                                                                                                end of age span                                Correlations
                                                                 (examples)

                                                                                   Recognizes own gender                                 SESHC1                  SS K.5.0,
                                                                                   Begins to understand family structures and roles                              K.1.01
                                                                                                                                         SESHC2
                                                                Discriminates
                                                             individual, culture   Notices similarities and differences in people        SESHC3
                                                               and community       Plays and acts out family roles in dramatic play      SESHC4
                                                                                   center
                                                              Develops growing     Participates in classroom jobs                        SESHC5
                                                             awareness of jobs                                                           SESHC6
                                                 Human                             Looks at books and identifies jobs of persons
                                                                and what is
Cognitive/Social-Emotional




                                              Interactions                                                                               SESHC7
                                                                required to        Chooses “leader” or “ boss” for activity
                                                   /
                                                               perform them
                                                Culture
                             Social Studies




                                                                                   Helps make and follows class rules                    SESHC8
                                                                                   Places personal symbol at interest area to denote     SESHC9
                                                                                   her place
                                                                 Begins to
                                                                                   Participates in class clean-up or group activities    SESHC10
                                                              understand the
                                                              reason for rules     Can state a rule and simply explain the “why” of      SESHC11
                                                                                   rule, e.g., Don’t push because someone will fall
                                                                                   Learns to wait (for longer periods of time) for his                           ___________
                                                                                   turn                                                  SESHC12
                                                                                   Understands that the day follows a schedule           SESH1
                                                              Identifies common                                                                                  SS. K.3.02,
                                                             events and routines   Understands and can predict the next events that      SESH2                   Math K.4.1c/d
                                                                                   will happen in the day
                                                                                   Uses terms “today,” “tomorrow,” “next time” with      SESH3
                                                                 Begins to
                                                                                   some accuracy
                                                History       categorize time                                                            SESH4
                                                                                   Begins to understand concepts of before and
                                                                 intervals
                                                                                   after
                                                               Recognizes the      Recognizes that it is rainy, sunny, cool, hot         SESH5
                                                                 changes in        Begins to recognize seasons (if he lives in a place   SESH6
                                                                environment        where seasonal differences are apparent)
Social Studies for 49 through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                              n
                                                                                                                                                                   Correlations
                                                                                                                                                                   Kindergarte
                             Learning
                             Area of          Component   Learning Expectations    Performance Indicators (examples) by
Domain


                                                                                                                                  Read It Once Again Correlation
                                                               (examples)                  the end of age span                              Numbers


                                                                                  Recognizes common features in his
                                                                                                                                 SESG1
                                                                                  immediate environment (playground, library,
                                                            Begins to express     restroom)
                                                             and understand       Creates drawings of home, school, etc.; can    SESG2
                                                                                  make simple map of home to show different
                                                              concepts and
                                                                                  areas and talk about what is in those areas
                                                               language of
                                                                                  (stove in kitchen)
                                                            geography in the
                                                                                  Identifies important or familiar landmarks
                                              Geography
                                                             context of her       (firehouse, grocery store, etc.)               SESG3
Cognitive/Social-Emotional




                                                          classroom, home and
                                                                                  Identifies common features of local
                                                                community
                                                                                  landscape (houses, streets, buildings)         SESG4
                             Social Studies




                                                                                  Begins to understand that people need
                                                          Begins to understand
                                                                                  nutritious food
                                                            that people need                                                     SESG5                             S S K 3.01
                                                                                  Understands that he must put on a coat and
                                                           food, clothing and     warm shoes in cold weather                     SESG6
                                                                 shelter
                                                                                  Understands that people need a place to live
                                                                                                                                 SESE1
                                                                                  Understands that firefighters help others in
                                                          Begins to understand    many ways                                      SESE2
                                                           what services the      Understands that police officers help people   SESE3                             S S K
                                                           community workers      in different ways                                                                2.01/03,
                                                                 provide          Begins to understand that there are other
                                                                                                                                                                    Hlth K 4.0
                                                                                  community workers that help his community      SESE4
                                              Economics                           Understands that money can buy items
                                                                                                                                 SESE5
                                                                                  Understands that some items cost more
                                                          Begins to understand    than others
                                                          the concept of money                                                   SESE6
Creative Arts for 37 through 48 months (3 years to 4 years)


                                                         Component     Learning Expectations       Performance Indicators (examples) by the end of age
                                         Learning
                                         Area of                                                                                                                         Read It Once Again
Domain



                                                                            (examples)                                    span                                           Correlation Numbers



                                                                                                  Participates in group experiences
                                                                                                                                                                        SECM1
                                                                                                  Explores, with increasing interest and enjoyment, a variety of
                                                                                                  music activities, including listening, singing, finger plays, games   SECM2
                                                                        Responds to sounds        and performances
                                                           Music                                  “Plays with” a variety of musical instruments; may use them in
                                                                                                  unique ways                                                           SECM3
Cognitive/Social-Emotional Development




                                                                           Uses sounds            Explores vocal pitch sounds
                                                                                                                                                                        SECM4

                                                                                                  Begins to develop ability to work independently; begins to
                                                                                                                                                                        SECA1
                                                                                                  establish a sense of “order” in art’s messy mediums by use and
                                                                       Focuses on and shows
                                                                                                  practice with each medium
                                                                     fascination for fun things
                                                                                                  Begins to demonstrate some care and some persistence in a             SECA2
                                         Creative Arts




                                                                                                  variety of art projects, often trying one medium many times
                                                                                                  Begins to add some detail to drawings, paintings, models and          SECA3
                                                                       Scribbles and paints
                                                                                                  other art creations
                                                           Art
                                                                       Uses a variety of art
                                                                       materials for tactile      Gains ability in using different art media and materials in a
                                                                                                                                                                        SECA4
                                                                          experience and          variety of ways for creative expression and representation
                                                                            exploration
                                                                       Responds to artistic       Begins to share opinions about artistic products and
                                                                                                                                                                        SECA5
                                                                        creations or events       experiences
                                                                                                  Expresses through movement and dancing what is felt through
                                                                                                                                                                        SECMD1
                                                                         Controls body to
                                                                                                  music                                                                 SECMD2
                                                                      participate in creative     Shows growth in moving to music
                                                         Movement      movement and drama                                                                               SECMD3
                                                                                                  Imitates and pretends to be different characters
                                                           and
                                                                                                  Participates in a variety of dramatic play activities; shows          SECMD4
                                                         Dramatic
                                                                                                  growing creativity and imagination in using materials and in
                                                           Play      Begins to purposefully act
                                                                                                  assuming different roles in dramatic play situations
                                                                        on his environment
                                                                                                  Takes things apart and starts to try to fit things together;          SECMD5
                                                                                                  enjoys the process of destruction and recreation
Creative Arts for 49 through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                                                ns
                                                                                                                                                                                        Kindergart

                                                                                                                                                                                        Correlatio
                                                                                                                                                                                                en
                                         Learning
                                         Area of
Domain

                                                         Component   Learning Expectations    Performance Indicators (examples) by the end of age
                                                                                                                                                                   Read It Once Again
                                                                          (examples)                                 span
                                                                                                                                                                      Correlations

                                                                                              Participates in group music experiences                            CECM1
                                                                                              Explores with increasing interest and enjoyment in a variety
                                                                                              of music activities, including listening, singing, finger plays,   CECM2
                                                                      Responds to sounds
                                                                                              games and performances                                             CECM3
                                                           Music                              Experiments with a variety of musical instruments
                                                                                              Explores vocal pitch sounds                                        CECM4
                                                                                                                                                                                        Singing
Cognitive/Social-Emotional Development




                                                                                              Begins willingness to sing alone as well as with the group
                                                                         Uses sounds                                                                                                     1.0, 2.0
                                                                                                                                                                 CECM5                   & 3.0
                                                                     Focuses on and shows     Develops growing abilities to work independently and
                                                                                                                                                                 CECA1
                                                                      fascination for fun     demonstrate care and persistence in a variety of art
                                                                            things            projects

                                                                                              Progresses in abilities to create drawings, paintings, models      CECA2
                                                                     Scribbles and paints
                                         Creative Arts




                                                                                              and other art creations that have more detail
                                                           Art       Uses a variety of art    Gains ability in using different art media and material in a
                                                                     materials for tactile    variety of ways for creative expression and representation         CECA3
                                                                        experience and                                                                                                  Visual
                                                                          exploration                                                                                                   Art
                                                                     Responds to artistic     Begins to understand and share opinions about artistic                                     I & II
                                                                      creations or events     products and experiences                                           CECA4
                                                                                              Expresses through movement and dancing what is felt and
                                                                                                                                                                 CECMD1
                                                                       Controls body to       heard in various musical tempos; responds to changes in
                                                                                              tempo or genre                                                     CECMD2
                                                                        participate in
                                                                                              Shows growth in moving in time to different patterns of            CECMD3
                                                         Movement     creative movement
                                                                                              beat and rhythm in music
                                                           and            and drama           Imitates and pretends to be different characters
                                                         Dramatic                                                                                                CECMD4
                                                                                              Participates in a variety of dramatic play activities; shows                              Dance
                                                           Play
                                                                     Begins to purposefully   growing creativity and imagination in using materials and in                              1.1 &
                                                                           act on the         assuming different roles in dramatic play situations               CECMD5                 1.2
                                                                          environment         Participates with others in dramatic play, negotiating roles
                                                                                              and setting up events
                                                                                                 Social Emotional Development

Social and Emotional Development for 37 through 48 months (3 years to 4 years)
                                   Learning
                                   Area of


                                                            Component   Learning Expectations      Performance Indicators (examples) by the end of age
Domain




                                                                                                                                                                     Read It Once Again
                                                                             (examples)                                   span
                                                                                                                                                                     Correlation Numbers

                                                                        Shows greater comfort    Takes pride in accomplishments (e.g., “I washed my hands by
                                                                                                                                                                    SEALS1
                                                                        with independence and    myself!” or “I did the puzzle by myself.”)
                                                                         increased feelings of   Develops a sense of humor; can laugh at self and others when
                                                                                                                                                                    SEALS2
Social and Emotional Development




                                                                              self-worth         small accidents happen
                                                                                                 Recognizes own special interests and abilities (e.g., child
                                                                                                                                                                    SEALS3
                                                              Self                               announces “I am a scientist because I can figure out how things
                                   Approaches to Learning




                                                                         Shows positive self-
                                                             Concept                             work!”)
                                                                               esteem
                                                                                                 Has trusting relations with other children and adults
                                                                                                                                                                    SEALS4
                                                                                                 Talks to others (including dolls, puppets, imaginary friends)
                                                                                                                                                                    SEALS5
                                                                         Verbalizes feelings,    about what she is thinking about and how she feels
                                                                          needs and wants        Continues to use physical ways of expressing self when feelings
                                                                                                                                                                    SEALS6
                                                                                                 are intense
                                                                                                 Gains new understanding about other people’s feelings to guide
                                                                        Manages own behavior                                                                        SEALS7
                                                                                                 the way he manages own behavior
                                                                         with increasing skill
                                                                                                 Can delay having desires met (e.g., offers to set the timer to
                                                                          Gains control over                                                                        SEALS8
                                                              Self                               indicate when it will be his turn to use the computer)
                                                                               impulses
                                                             Control                             Shows empathy and compassion for others                            SEALS9
                                                                                                 Relates rules verbally, although she might lapse into forgetting
                                                                                                                                                                    SEALS10
                                                                         Shows willingness to    to follow them at times
                                                                          follow simple rules    Can follow group rules and recognizes when a classmate has not
                                                                                                                                                                    SEALS11
                                                                                                 followed the rules
Social and Emotional Development for 37 through 48 months (3 years to 4 years)


                                                            Component     Learning Expectations    Performance Indicators (examples) by
                                   Learning
                                   Area of                                                                                                          Read It Once Again Correlation
Domain



                                                                               (examples)                  the end of age span                                Numbers



                                                                                                  Can include give-and-take in play with others
                                                                                                                                                  SEALC1
Social and Emotional Development




                                                                               Engages in
                                                                          cooperative play with   Can sometimes work out problems
                                                                                                                                                  SEALC2
                                   Approaches to Learning




                                                                             other children       encountered during play with others

                                                                                                  Is aware of how actions affect others (e.g.,
                                                                            Shows increasing                                                      SEALC3
                                                                                                  finishes painting at the easel and calls
                                                                          ability to understand
                                                                                                  waiting child to come)
                                                                          the feelings of other   Can verbalize how others are feeling (e.g.,
                                                            Cooperation          children
                                                                                                                                                  SEALC4
                                                                                                  explains to adult why another child is upset)
                                                                                                  More willing to discuss problems and issues
                                                                            Shows increasing                                                      SEALC5
                                                                                                  to work out solutions
                                                                           willingness to work
                                                                                                  Participates in transitions and assists with
                                                                           out problems with                                                      SEALC6
                                                                                                  routines (e.g, helps other children pick up
                                                                                   peers          spilled blocks
                                                                                                  Able to accept others’ ideas and change own
                                                                               Is willing to                                                      SEALC7
                                                                                                  behavior
                                                                           participate in group
                                                                                                  Stays with a task until it is completed
                                                                                activities                                                        SEALC8
Social and Emotional Development for 49 through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                                Correlations
                                                                                                                                                                               Kindergarten
                                                                              Learning
                                                            Component                            Performance Indicators (examples)
                                   Learning
                                                                                                                                              Read It Once Again Correlation
                                   Area of
Domain



                                                                            Expectations
                                                                                                      by the end of age span                            Numbers
                                                                             (examples)

                                                                                                Shows increasing ability to use                                                K 6.01
                                                                                                                                              SEALS1
                                                                                                compromise and discussion working,                                             PE 3.3-6
Social and Emotional Development




                                                                           Uses words and       playing and resolving conflicts with peers
                                                                                                Shows progress in expressing feelings,                                         PE 3.3-6
                                                              Self         seeks adult help                                                   SEALS2
                                   Approaches to Learning




                                                                                                needs and opinions in difficult situations                                     5. 1-5
                                                             Concept       when needed to
                                                                                                and conflicts without harming selves,
                                                                           resolve conflicts    others or property
                                                                                                Understands and follows the use of a                                           PE 3.1-3
                                                                                                                                              SEALS3
                                                                                                timer or other device to determine when
                                                                                                one child’s turn ends and another’s begins
                                                                                                Increases abilities to sustain interactions                                    PE 5.4-5
                                                                                                                                              SEALC1
                                                                                                with peers by helping, sharing and
                                                                                                discussion
                                                                                                Shows progress in developing friendships                                       PE 3.4
                                                                          Participates in the                                                 SEALC2
                                                                                                with peers
                                                            Cooperation    group life of the
                                                                                                Develops increasing abilities to give and                                      PE 3.0
                                                                                 class                                                        SEALC3
                                                                                                take in interactions (e.g., takes turns in
                                                                                                games or uses materials to interact
                                                                                                without being overly submissive or
                                                                                                directive)
Social and Emotional Development for 49 through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                              Correlations
                                                                                                                                                                             Kindergarten
                                                                             Learning
                                                            Component                          Performance Indicators (examples)
                                   Learning
                                   Area of                                                                                                  Read It Once Again Correlation
Domain



                                                                           Expectations
                                                                                                    by the end of age span                            Numbers
                                                                            (examples)

                                                                                              Begins to develop and express awareness                                        PE K 1.0 &
                                                                                                                                           SEALS4
                                                                                              of self in terms of specific abilities,                                        K 2.0
                                                                        Demonstrates self
Social and Emotional Development




                                                                                              characteristics and preferences
                                                                           confidence         Demonstrates growing confidence in a
                                                                                                                                           SEALS5                            PE K 5.0
                                                                                              range of abilities, and expresses pride in
                                   Approaches to Learning




                                                                                              accomplishments
                                                                                                                                           SEALS6                            S. St.
                                                                           Follows simple       Shows a friend where to put blocks on                                        K 6.02 c/d
                                                                        classroom rules and         the shelf during cleanup time
                                                                         routines and uses
                                                              Self                              Knows to go to the book corner after
                                                                                                                                           SEALS7
                                                                        classroom materials
                                                             Control          carefully                         snack

                                                                                              Develops growing understanding of how                                          Hlth K 8.3
                                                                                                                                           SEALS8
                                                                                              own actions affect others, and begins to
                                                                                              accept the consequences of own actions
                                                                                              Progresses in responding sympathetically
                                                                        Shows empathy and                                                  SEALS9
                                                                                              to peers who are in need, upset, hurt or                                       Hlth K 8.1
                                                                         caring for others
                                                                                              angry, and in expressing empathy or
                                                                                              caring for others
                                                                                              Responds positively to others’ ideas                                           Hlth K 8.0
                                                                                                                                           SEALS10
Social and Emotional Development for 49 through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                                         Correlations
                                                                                                                                                                                        Kindergarten
                                                                               Learning
                                                            Component                            Performance Indicators (examples) by
                                   Learning
                                   Area of                                                                                                     Read It Once Again Correlation Numbers
Domain



                                                                             Expectations
                                                                                                         the end of age span
                                                                              (examples)

                                                                                                 Shows interest in how water makes the
                                                                                                                                               SEALM1
                                                                                                 wheel turn at the water table
                                                                                                 Asks how the caterpillar can live in the                                               Sc K 5.2
                                                                           Shows eagerness                                                     SEALM2
                                                                                                 cocoon with no food or water
                                                                           and curiosity as a
                                                                                                 Discusses with another child why the paint
                                                                                                                                               SEALM3
Social and Emotional Development




                                                                                learner          turned brown after the brush was used                                                  VA K 1.0
                                                                                                 for several different colors
                                   Approaches to Learning




                                                                                                 Finds materials with which to work, such                                               VA K 1.1
                                                                                                                                               SEALM4
                                                                                                 as scissors, tape and markers, for acting
                                                                           Shows some self
                                                                                                 on an idea or desire
                                                                              direction
                                                                                                 Chooses one activity out of several and
                                                            Management                                                                         SEALM5
                                                                                                 becomes engaged in it
                                                              of Self
                                                                                                 Accepts help from the teacher when
                                                             within the                                                                        SEAL6M
                                                                                                 putting together a puzzle
                                                              Learning    Attends to task and
                                                                                                 Tries to engage the zipper on their coat
                                                            Environment     seeks help when                                                    SEALM7
                                                                                                 over and over again until they can do it
                                                                             encountering a
                                                                                                 alone
                                                                                problem          Accepts teacher or peer suggestions for
                                                                                                                                               SEALM8                                   Hlth K 8.3
                                                                                                 solving a problem
                                                                                                 Plays role assigned by peer when playing in
                                                                                                                                               SEALM9
                                                                                                 dramatic play center
                                                                           Approaches task       Experiments with paint brush to find ways                                              VA K 1.0
                                                                                                                                               SEALM10
                                                                          with flexibility and   to keep the paint from dripping
                                                                             inventiveness       Tries to staple pieces of paper together
                                                                                                                                               SEALM11
                                                                                                 after unsuccessfully trying to tape them
                                                                                                 together
Physical Development for 37 through 48 months (3 years to 4 years)
                                                        Learning              Performance Indicators
Domai

                                     Component
                       Area                           Expectations         (examples) by the end of age
                                                                                                                        Read It Once Again Correlation Numbers
                       of                              (examples)                      span
n



                                                                         Maintains balance on a two-by-four
                                                                                                                       PDG1
                                                                         Climbs with more agility on the jungle        PDG2
                                                                         gym

                                                                         Jumps with confidence in ability from low     PDG3
                       Gross Motor




                                                                         platform
                                      Movement         Moves with        Develops coordination of moving arms and

                                         and        enough control to
                                                                         legs in order to pump on a swing              PDG4
                                     Coordination     perform more                                                     PDG5
Physical Development




                                                                         Runs up to a ball and kicks it while
                                                      complex tasks      maintaining balance

                                                                         Gallops, runs, walks, wiggles and tiptoes     PDG6
                                                                         along with classmates, watching and
                                                                         imitating movements
                                                                         Throws a variety of objects overhand          PDG7
                                                                         with increasing accuracy
                                                                                                                       PDF1
                                                                         Easily grasps hold of writing tools such as
                                                                         pencils, crayons, paint brushes and
                                                                         markers
                                                                         Continues to fit together a wide variety
                                                                                                                       PDF2
                       Fine Motor




                                                     Uses hands with     of manipulatives such as connecting
                                                                         blocks, pop beads, stacking rings, bristle
                                                    increasing control
                                                                         blocks, etc.
                                     Fine Motor     and precision for    Shapes play dough or clay into more           PDF3
                                                       a variety of      intricate/representational creations
                                                                         Continues to experiment with scissors         PDF4
                                                         purposes
                                                                         Experiments with fitting a variety of         PDF5
                                                                         objects into a defined space
                                                                         Continues to experiment with building and
                                                                         designing familiar structures with blocks     PDF6
Physical Development for 37 through 48 months (3 years to 4 years)


                                                             Learning                                                        Read It Once Again Correlation
                                           Component                           Performance Indicators (examples) by
                       Learning
                       Area of


                                                           Expectations
Domain




                                                                                       the end of age span                             Numbers
                                                            (examples)


                                                                               Uses the toilet independently
                                                                                                                            PDSH1

                                                                               Puts on own hat, coat
                                                        Begins to perform                                                   PDSH2
                                                         self-help skills
                                                                               Washes and dries hands with verbal
                                                          independently
                                                                               prompts and support                          PDSH3
Physical Development

                       Health and Safety




                                                                               Unties shoes, buttons and unbuttons with     PDSH4
                                                                               little or no assistance


                                            Self-Help
                                                                               Asks permission before leaving the room      PDSH5
                                           and Safety                          Knows basic safety rules and follows them
                                                                               with verbal reminder                         PDSH6
                                                                               Begins to look both ways before crossing
                                                        Follows basic health   the street                                   PDSH7
                                                         and safety rules      Begins to understand how to dial 911 for
                                                                               an emergency
                                                                                                                            PDSH8
                                                                               Begins to avoid dangers such as hot stoves
                                                                               and sharp knives
                                                                                                                            PDSH9
                                                                               Other
                                                                                                                            PDSH10
Physical Development for 49 through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                                Correlations
                                                                                                                                                                               Kindergarten
                       Learning      Component       Learning Expectations                                                                                        Read It
                       Area of
                                                                                  Performance Indicators (examples) by the end of age span
Domain




                                                          (examples)                                                                                             Once Again
                                                                                                                                                                 Correlation
                                                                                                                                                                  Numbers
                                                                                Goes up and down stairs, alternating feet, with or without assistance                          PE 1.1
                                                                                                                                                                 PDG1
                                                                                Runs with control and balance, makes quick stops, turns easily without slowing                 PE 1.1
                                                     Moves with balance and
                                                                                down
                                                                                                                                                                 PDG2
                                                       control to perform
                       Gross Motor




                                                    simple, large motor tasks   Gallops with a smooth motion                                                                   PE 1.2
                                                                                                                                                                 PDG3
                                      Movement                                  Climbs on a variety of equipment                                                               PE 1.2
                                                                                                                                                                 PDG4
                                         and                                    Throws overhand with accuracy by hitting stationary target
                                                                                                                                                                 PDG5          PE 1.6
                                     Coordination
Physical Development




                                                                                Bounces a ball and catches it                                                                  PE 1.7
                                                     Coordinates movements                                                                                       PDG6
                                                                                Catches a ball by moving to adjust to the direction the ball is traveling                      PE     1.7,
                                                    to perform more complex                                                                                      PDG7
                                                             tasks                                                                                                             PE     2.5
                                                                                Uses simple playground equipment such as slide, seesaw and swings                              PE     1.4,
                                                                                                                                                                 PDG8
                                                                                                                                                                               PE     2.6
                                                                                Uses simple equipment such as stapler, paper punch, scissors, tape dispenser
                                                       Uses strength and                                                                                         PDF1
                                                    control to perform simple                                                                                    PDF2
                                                                                Uses simple work tools such as hammer, screwdriver and saw
                                                        fine motor tasks
                       Fine Motor




                                                                                Uses play dough to make more refined objects
                                                                                                                                                                 PDF3
                                     Fine Motor                                 Begins to hold pencil with a pincer grasp
                                                        Uses eye-hand
                                                                                                                                                                 PDF4
                                                                                Puts together large floor puzzles
                                                    coordination to perform                                                                                      PDF5
                                                       fine motor tasks         Constructs block structure by copying or using pattern blocks                    PDF6
                                                                                Uses scissors to cut on a line or around a large picture                         PDF7
Physical Development for 49 through 60 months (4 years to 5 years)




                                                                                                                                                                          Correlations
                                                                                                                                                                         Kindergarten
                                                                Learning                                                                                    Read It
                                           Component                                                                                                      Once Again
                                                              Expectations         Performance Indicators (examples) by the end of age span
                       Learning
                       Area of
Domain




                                                                                                                                                          Correlations
                                                               (examples)


                                                             Performs some        Manages dressing tasks independently
                                                                                                                                                          PDHP1
                                                             self-help skills
                                                              independently       Manages zippers, buttons, buckles and Velcro (has not mastered
                                                                                  tying shoes)                                                            PDHP2
Physical Development




                                                                                  Blows nose and uses tissue to wipe nose
                                                                                                                                                          PDHP3
                       Health Practices




                                                                                  Covers mouth when coughing or sneezing                                  PDHP4
                                                                                  Washes hands after using the toilet and before eating snack or
                                          Personal and                                                                                                    PDHP5
                                             Social                               lunch
                                                                                  Tries new food and participates in talks about nutrition
                                          Responsibility                                                                                                  PDHP6
                                                           Follows basic health   Discusses the role of doctors, dentists, fire and police officers and
                                                                                                                                                          PDHP7
                                                            and safety rules      other community helpers
                                                                                  Follows safety rules of classrooms and playground                                      PE 3.1
                                                                                                                                                          PDHP8
                                                                                  Progresses in physical growth, strength, stamina and flexibility
                                                                                                                                                          PDHP9
                                                                                  Actively participates in games, outdoor play and other forms of                        PE 4
                                                                                                                                                          PDHP10
                                                                                  exercise that promote physical fitness
                     Speech and Language Development

                      LD Language Development
                      CD Cognitive Development
              C/SED Cognitive/Social Emotional Development
                 SED Social and Emotional Development
                       PD Physical Development

Animal Story Telling Cards                               Page 19
Age            LD          CD        C/SED        SED          PD
          LCR5        CELVE1     SESHC6        SEALS4        PDSH6
37-48
          LCR10       CELVE3     SESHC7        SEALS11
months    LCE1        CELVE4     SESHC9        SEALC8
          LCE7        CELL1
          LCE8        CELL2
          LCE9        CELL4
          LCE10       CELPR1
          LCE11       CELPR2
          LCE13
          LCE16
          LCE18
          LCS2
          LCS3
          LCS4
          LCR1        CELL1      SESHC8        SEALS1        PDHP8
49-60
          LCR7        CELL2      SESGC10       SEALS9
months    LCR12       CELL3      SESGC12       SEALC1
          LCE1        CELL4                    SEALC3
          LCE2        CELL5
          LCE6        CELL6
          LCE9        CELL7
          LCE10       CELL8
          LCE11       CELVE3
          LCE13       CELVE5
          LCE14
          LCS1
          LCS2
          LCS3
          LCS4
Barnyard Memory Game                                    Page 27
Age            LD        CD           C/SED      SED         PD
         LCR3       CELVE4        SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF2
37-48
         LCR5       CELL2         SESHC7      SEALS4     PDSH6
months   LCR10      CELL4         SESHC9      SEALS8
          LCE7         CELV1                  SEALS11
          JCE8         CELV2                  SEALC1
          LCE11        CELL8                  SEALC6
          LCE15                               SEALC8
          LCS2
          LCS4

          LCR5         CELL1      SESHC8      SEALS1     PDF1
49-60
          LCR7         CELL8      SESHC10     SEALS3     PDHP8
months    LCR8         CELVE5     SESHC12     SEALC1
          LCR9         CMS1       SESH4       SEALC3
          LCE6                                SEALS5
          LCE10                               SEALS10
          LCE11                               SEALM6
          LCS1                                SEALM8
          LCS2


Eggs and a Nest, Level 1                                Page 33
Age             LD           CD       C/SED      SED         PD
          LCR1         CELVE3     SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF2
37-48
          LCR10        CELL1      SESHC7      SEALS4     PDSH6
months    LCE5         CELL4                  SEALS11
          LCE11        CELV1                  SEALC6
          LCE15        CMP3                   SEALC8
          LCE16        CMG2
          LCE18
          LCS4
          LCR1         CELL8      SESHC8      SEALC1     PDF1
49-60
          LCR5         CELVE1     SESHC10     SEALC3     PDHP8
months    LCR7         CSL1                   SEALS5
          LCR8         CMS1                   SEALS10
          LCR9                                SEALM8
          LCE6
          LCE10
          LCE11
          LCS2
Hen’s Nest                                               Page 34
Age            LD          CD          C/SED      SED         PD
          LCR1         CELVE1      SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
          LCR3         CELVE3      SESHC7      SEALS4     PDSH6
months    LCR5         CELVE4      SESHC9      SEALS8
          LCR8         CELL1                   SEALS10
          LCR10        CELL2                   SEALS11
          LCE2         CELL4                   SEALC6
          LCE9         CELPH3                  SEALC8
          LCE10        CELPR1
          LCE11        CELPR2
          LCE15        CMG2
          LCE18        CSL3
          LCS2
          LCS4
          LCR1         CELL1       SESHC5      SEALS1     PDF1
49-60
          LCR5         CELL3       SESHC8      SEALC1     PDHP8
months    LCR7         CELL4       SESHC10     SEALC3
          LCR8         CELL5       SESHC12     SEALS5
          LCR12        CELL7       SESH4       SEALS8
          LCE6         CELVE1                  SEALS10
          LCE9         CELVE2
          LCE10        CELVE6
          LCE11        CELVE7
          LCE14        CMS1
          LCS1         CSL2
          LCS2


Animals in the Haystack, Level 2                         Page 35
Age              LD          CD        C/SED      SED         PD
           LCR1        CELVE3      SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF2
37-48
           LCR10       CELL1       SESHC7      SEALS4     PDF4
months     LCE5        CELL4                   SEALS11    PDSH6
          LCE11        CELV1                   SEALC6
          LCE15        CMP3                    SEALC8
          LCE16        CMG2
          LCE18
          LCS4
          LCR1         CELL8       SESHC8      SEALC1     PDF1
49-60
          LCR5         CELVE1      SESHC10     SEALC3     PDF7
months    LCR7         CSL1                    SEALS5     PDHP8
          LCR8         CMS1                    SEALS10
          LCR9                                 SEALM8
          LCE6
          LCE10
          LCE11
          LCS2
Big and Little, Level 1                                  Page 39
Age              LD           CD       C/SED      SED         PD
           LCR2           CELVE4   SESHC5      SEALS1     PDF5
37-48
           LCR8           CELL4    SESHC6      SEALS3     PDSH6
months     LCR10          CELV1    SESHC7      SEALS4
           LCE11          CELV2                SEALS10
           LCE13          CMP1                 SEALS11
           LCE15          CMM1                 SEALC6
           LCE16          CMG2                 SEALC8
           LCS2           CMG5
           LCS4           CMPS1
           LCR1           CELL8    SESHC5      SEALC1     PDHP8
49-60
           LCR7           CELVE1   SESHC8      SEALC3
months     LCR8           CELVE7   SESHC10     SEALS4
           LCR10          CELV1    SESH4       SEALS5
           KCE6           CMP1                 SEALS10
           LCE9           CMS1
           LCE10
           LCE13
           LCS2
           LCS4


Big Barn, Little Barn, Level 2                           Page 41
Age              LD           CD       C/SED      SED        PD
           LCR2          CELVE4    SESHC5      SEALS1     PDF5
37-48
           LCR8          CELL4     SESHC6      SEALS3     PDSH6
months     LCR10         CELV1     SESHC7      SEALS4
           LCE11          CELV2                SEALS10
           LCE13          CMP1                 SEALS11
           LCE15          CMM1                 SEALC6
           LCE16          CMG2                 SEALC8
           LCS2           CMG5
           LCS4           CMPS1
           LCR1           CELL8    SESHC5      SEALC1     PDF1
49-60
           LCR7           CELVE1   SESHC8      SEALC3     PDF7
months     LCR8           CELVE7   SESHC10     SEALS4     PDHP8
           LCR10          CELV1    SESH4       SEALS5
           KCE6           CMP1                 SEALS10
           LCE9           CMS1
           LCE10
           LCE13
           LCS2
           LCS4
Bookless Story Time                                  Page 45
Age            LD         CD       C/SED      SED         PD
          LCR3        CELL1    SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
          LCR5        CELL4    SESHC9      SEALS4     PDSH6
months    LCR6        CELPH3               SEALS8
           LCR10      CELV2                SEALS10
           LCE7       CMM4                 SEALS11
                      CMG2                 SEALC2
                                           SEALC6
                                           SEALC8
           LCR1       CELL6    SESHC8      SEALS1     PDF1
49-60
           LCR9       CELL8    SESHC12     SEALS3     PDHP8
months     LCE1       CELVE3   SESH1       SEALC3
           LCE2       CELV1                SEALS4
                      CSE1                 SEALS10
                      CMS1                 SEALM4
                                           SEALM5


Listening Center                                     Page 47
Age              LD       CD       C/SED      SED         PD
           LCR3       CELL1    SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
           LCR6       CELL2    SESHC9      SEALS4     PDSH6
months     LCR10      CELL4                SEALS8
                      CELPH3               SEALS10
                      CELPR1               SEALS11
                      CELPR2               SEALC6
                                           SEALC8
           LCR1       CELL6    SESHC8      SEALS4     PDF1
49-60
           LCR5       CELL8    SESHC9      SEALS6     PDHP8
months     LCR7       CELP3    SESHC12     SEALM5
           LCR9                SESH1
                               SESH4
Who, What and Where?                               Page 47
Age          LD         CD       C/SED      SED         PD
        LCR3       CELVE1    SESHC5      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
        LCR5       CELVE3    SESHC6      SEALS3     PDSH6
months  LCR6       CELVE4    SESHC7      SEALS4
         LCR10      CELL1                SEALS10
         LCE5       CELL2                SEALS11
         LCE7       CELL4                SEALS6
         LCE9       CELV1                SEALC8
         LCE11      CELV2
         LCE13
         LCE15
         LCE16
         LCE17
         LCE18
         LCS3
         LCS4
         LCR7       CELL1    SESCH5      SEALS1     PDF4
49-60
         CLR11      CELL3    SESHC8      SEALC1     PDHP8
months   LCE2       CELL4    SESHC10     SEALC3
         LCE6       CELL5                SEALS4
         LCE9       CELL6                SEALS5
         LCE10      CELL7                SEALS10
         LCE11      CELL8                SEALM4
         LCE13      CELVE1
         LCS1       CELVE2
         LCS2       CELVE3
                    CELVE5
                    CELVE6
                    CELVE7
                    CELV1
Which One is Different? Level 1                         Page 51
Age           LD           CD         C/SED      SED         PD
         LCR2         CELVE3      SESHC5      SEALS1     PDSH6
37-48
         LCR3         CELV4       SESHC6      SEALS2
months   LCR8         CELL4       SESHC7      SEALS3
          LCR10       CELV1       SESHC9      SEALS4
          LCE5        CELV2                   SEALS8
          LCE11       CMP1                    SEALS11
          LCE13       CMPS1                   SEALC6
          LCE15                               SEALC8
          LCE16
          LCE16
          LCS2
          LCS4
          LCR1        CELL8       SESHC5      SEALS2     PDHP8
49-60
          LCR5        CELVE1      SESHC8      SEALC1
months    LCR7        CELVE2      SESHC10     SSEALC3
          LCR8        CELVE7                  SEALS5
          LCR12       CELV1                   SEALS10
          LCE6        CMP1
          LCE9        CMP2
          LCE10
          LCE11
          LCE13
          LCS1
          LCS2


Which One is Different? Level 2                         Page 53
Age           LD           CD         C/SED      SED        PD
         LCR2         CELVE3      SESHC5      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
         LCR3         CELV4       SESHC6      SEALS2     PDSH6
months   LCR8         CELL4       SESHC7      SEALS3
          LCR10       CELV1       SESHC9      SEALS4
          LCE5        CELV2                   SEALS8
          LCE11       CMP1                    SEALS11
          LCE13       CMPS1                   SEALC6
          LCE15                               SEALC8
          LCE16
          LCE16
          LCE18
          LCS2
          LCS4
          LCR1        CELL8       SESHC5      SEALS2     PDF4
49-60
          LCR5        CELVE1      SESHC8      SEALC1     PDHP8
months    LCR7        CELVE2      SESHC10     SSEALC3
          LCR8        CELVE7                  SEALS5
          LCR12       CELV1                   SEALS10
          LCE6        CMP1
          LCE9        CMP2
          LCE10
          LCE11
          LCE13
          LCS1
          LCS2
Mama and Baby Matching                              Page 59
Age           LD         CD       C/SED      SED         PD
         LCR1       CELL4     SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF5
37-48
         LCR3       CELV1     SESHC9      SEALS4     PDSH6
months   SCR10      LCEV2                 SEALS8
         LCE5       CMP1                  SEALS11
         LCE11      CMG1                  SEALC4
         LCE15      CMG2                  SEALC6
         LCE16      CMPS1                 SEALC8
         LCS1
         LCS2
         LCS3
         LCS4
         LCR1       CELL8     SESHC8      SEALS1     PDF1
49-60
         LCR5       CELVE1    SESHC11     SEALC1     PDHP8
months   LCR7       CELV1     SESHC12     SEALC3
         LCR8       CMP1                  SEALS5
         LCE10      CMP2                  SEALS8
         LCE11      CMS1                  SEALM6
         LCS1       CSE5
         LCS2
         LCS3
         LCS4


Old McDonald Had Farm                               Page 67
Age            LD        CD       C/SED      SED         PD
         LCR3       CELL2     SESHC5      SEALS2     PDG6
37-48
         LCR10      CELL4     SESHC6      SEALS4     PDSH6
months   LCS1       CMG1      SESHC7      SEALS6
         LCS2                 SESHC8      SEALS7
         LCS3                 SESHC9      SEALS8
         LCS4                 SESH3       SEALS10
                              SECM1       SEALS11
                              SECM2       SEALC2
                              SECMD1      SEALC3
                              SECMD2      SEALC4
                                          SEALC5
                                          SEALC6
                                          SEALC8
         LCR1       CELL8     SESHC1      SEALS1     PDG2
49-60
         LCR5       CMS1      SESHC5      SEALS2     PDHP8
months   LCR9                 SESHC7      SEALC1
         LCE7                 SESHC8      SEALC2
         LCE10                SESHC10     SEALC3
         LCS1                 SESHC11     SEALS6
         LCS2                 SESHC12     SEALS8
         LCS3                 SESH3       SEALS9
         LCS4                 SESH4
                              CECM1
                              CECM2
                              CECMD1
                              CECMD2
Big Red Barn Field Trip                                 Page 68
Age            LD            CD       C/SED      SED         PD
          LCR1          CELVE4    SESH9       SEALS4     PDG6
37-48
          LCR2          CELVE4    SESH3       SEALS5     PDSH2
months    LCR3          CMM4      SESH4       SEALS7     PDSH5
          LCR6         CMG1                   SEALS8     PDSH6
          LCR10        CSL1                   SEALS11    PDSH7
          ;CE5         CLS3                   SEALC5     PDSH9
          ;CE8         CSE1                   SEALC6
          ;CE9         CLE2                   SEALS8
          ;CE10
          LCE11
          LCE13
          LCE15
          LCE16
          LCE17
          LCE18
          LCE19
          CLS1
          LCS2
          LCS3
          LCS4
          LCR1         CELVE1     SESHC12     SEALS2     PDG2
49-60
          LCR5         CELVE2     SESH1       SEALC1     PDHP1
months    LCR6         CELVE7     SESH3       SEALC3     PDHP8
          LCR7         CMM1       SESH4       SEALS5
          LCR9         CMS1       SESH5       SEALS10
          LCR11        CSL2       SESG1       SEALM8
          LCE3                    SESG3
          LCE4
          LCE6
          LCE7
          LCE9
          LCE10
          LCE11
          LCE13
          LCE14
          LCE15
          LCS1
          LCS2
          LCS3
          LCS4
Packet Making Day                                  Page 69
Age           LD        CD       C/SED      SED         PD
         LCR1       CELVE3   SESHC5      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
         LCR5       CELVE4   SESHC6      SEALS4     PDF4
months   LCR6       CELL1    SESHC7      SEALS8     PDSH6
         LCR8       CELL2    SESH3       SEALS10
         LCR10      CELL4                SRALS11
         LCE8       CELPH3               SEALC6
         LCE11      CELPR1               SEALC8
         LCE13      CELPR2
         LCE16      CELPR3
         LCE18      CELLR1
         CLS1
         LCS2
         LCS4
         CLR1       CELL1    SESHC5      SEALC1     PDF1
49-60
         LCR5       CELL4    SESHC8      SEALC3     PDF4
months   LCR6       CELL8    SESHC10     SEALS5     PDF7
         LCR7       CELVE1   SESHC12     SEALM4     PDHP8
         LCR9       CELVE2   SESH3
         LCR11      CELVE3   SESH4
         LCE3       CELVE5
         LCE6       CELVE6
         LCE7       CELVE7
         LCE9       CELP1
         LCE10      CELP4
         LCE11      CELLR1
         LCE13      CELLR5
         LCS2
         LCS3
Take Your Packet Home                                 Page 70
Age            LD          CD       C/SED      SED         PD
          LCR1       CELVE1     SESHC5      SEALS1
37-48
          LCR3       CELVE4     SESHC7      SEALS4
months    LCR5       CELL1      SESH3       SEALS11
          LCR6        CELL2                 SEALC6
          LCR8        CELL3                 SEALC8
          LCR10       CELL4
          LCE7        CELPH1
          LCE8        CELPH3
          LCE11       CELPR1
          LCE13       CELPR2
          LCE18       CELPR3
          LCS2        CELPR4
          LCS4        CELV2
                      CELLR1
                      CMM4
                      CMG2
                      CSE1
          LCR1        CELL1     SESHC5      SEALC3
49-60
          LCR5        CELL4     SESHC8      SEALS5
months    LCR6        CELLS5    SESHC10     SEALM4
          LCR7        CELL6     SESH1
          LCR9        CELL7     SESH3
          LCR11       CELL8     SESH4
          LCE2        CEOVE1
          LCE6        CELVE2
          LCE7        CELVE3
          LCE10       CELVE4
          LCE11       CELVE5
          LCE13       CELVE6
          LCS1        CELVE7
          LCS2        CELP1
                      CELP4
                      CELV1
                      CELLR1
                      CELLR2
                      CELL5
                      CMM1
                      CMS1
                    Cognitive Goals and Objectives

                      LD Language Development
                      CD Cognitive Development
              C/SED Cognitive/Social Emotional Development
                 SED Social and Emotional Development
                       PD Physical Development


My Colored Eggs, Level 1                                     Page 75
Age            LD           CD       C/SED         SED            PD
          LCR6         CELVE4    SRSHC6         SEALS1        PDSH6
37-48
          LCR8         CELL2     SESHC2         SEALS4
months    LCE5         CELL4                    SEALS10
          LCE15        CELV1                    SEALS11
          LCS2         CELV2                    SEALC6
          LCS3         CMP1                     SEALS8
          LCS4
          LCR1         CMM1      SESHC8         SEALC1        PDHP8
49-60
          LCR8         CMP1      SESHC10        SEALC3
months    LCE10        CELVE1    SESH4          SEALS5
          LCE14
          LCS1
          LCS3
          LCS4


Many Colored Barns, Level 2                                  Page 77
Age            LD          CD        C/SED         SED           PD
          LCR6        CELVE4     SRSHC6         SEALS1        PDSH6
37-48
          LCR8        CELL2      SESHC2         SEALS4
months    LCE5        CELL4                     SEALS10
          LCE15        CELV1                    SEALS11
          LCS2         CELV2                    SEALC6
          LCS3         CMP1                     SEALS8
          LCS4
          LCR1         CMM1      SESHC8         SEALC1        PDHP8
49-60
          LCR8         CMP1      SESHC10        SEALC3
months    LCE10        CELVE1    SESH4          SEALS5
          LCE14
          LCS1
          LCS3
          LCS4
Counting Objects on the Farm, Level 1                    Page 79
Age             LD         CD          C/SED      SED        PD
          LCR3        CELVE4       SESHC6      SEALS1     PDSH6
37-48
          LCR6        CELV2        SESHC7      SEALS2
months    LCR10       CMN1                     SEALS4
          LCE5        CMN2                     SEALS10
          LCE11       CMN3                     SEALS11
          LCE15                                SEALC3
          LCE16                                SEALC6
          LCS2                                 SEALC7
          LCS3                                 SEALC8
          LCS4
          LCR1        CMN1        SESHC8       SEALS1     PDHP8
49-60
          LCR5        CMN2        SESHC10      SEALC1
months    LCR8        CMN3                     SEALC3
          LCE6        CMPS1                    SEALS4
          LCE9                                 SEALS5
          LCE10                                SEALS8
          LCS1
          LCS3


Polka Dot Cows                                           Page 81
Age             LD        CD          C/SED       SED         PD
          LCR3        CELVE4      SESHC6       SEALS1     PDSH6
37-48
          LCR6        CELV2       SESHC7       SEALS2
months    LCR10       CMN1                     SEALS4
          LCE5        CMN2                     SEALS10
          LCE11       CMN3                     SEALS11
          LCE15                                SEALC3
          LCE16                                SEALC6
          LCS2                                 SEALC7
          LCS3                                 SEALC8
          LCS4
          LCR1        CMN1        SESHC8       SEALS1     PDHP8
49-60
          LXR5        CMN2        SESHC10      SEALC1
months    LCR8        CMN3                     SEALC3
          LCE6        CMPS1                    SEALS4
          LCE9                                 SEALS5
          LCE10                                SEALS8
          LCS1
          LCS3
Many or Few?                                         Page 87
Age             LD        CD       C/SED      SED         PD
          LCR3        CELVE4   SESHC6      SEALS1     PDSH6
37-48
          LCR6        CELV2    SESHC7      SEALS2
months    LCR10       CMN1                 SEALS4
           LCE5       CMN2                 SEALS10
           LCE11      CMN3                 SEALS11
           LCE15      CMP1                 SEALC3
           LCE16      CMM1                 SEALC6
           LCS2                            SEALC7
           LCS3                            SEALC8
           LCS4

           LCR1       CELV1    SESHC8      SEALS1     PDHP8
49-60
           LCR5       CELV2    SESHC10     SEALC1
months     LCR8       CMN1                 SEALC3
           LCR12      CMN2                 SEALS4
           LCE6       CMN3                 SEALS5
           LCE9       CMP1                 SEALS8
           LCE10      CMPS1
           LCS1
           LCS3


Bats in the Barn                                     Page 93
Age              LD       CD       C/SED      SED        PD
           LCR3       CELVE4   SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
           LCR6       CELV2    SESHC7      SEALS2     PDSH6
months     LCR10      CMN1                 SEALS4
           LCE5       CMN2                 SEALS10
           LCE11      CMN3                 SEALS11
           LCE15                           SEALC3
           LCE16                           SEALC6
           LCS2                            SEALC7
           LCS3                            SEALC8
           LCS4

           LCR1       CELV1    SESHC8      SEALS1     PDF1
49-60
           LXR5       CELV2    SESHC10     SEALC1     PDHP8
months     LCR8       CMN1                 SEALC3
           LCE6       CMN2                 SEALS4
           LCE9       CMN3                 SEALS5
           LCE10      CMP1                 SEALS8
           LCS1       CMPS1
           LCS3
Help Mama Hen Count Her Eggs                         Page 97
Age            LD         CD       C/SED      SED        PD
         LCR3        CELVE4    SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
         LCR6        CELV2     SESHC7      SEALS2     PDSH6
months   LCR10       CMN1                  SEALS4
         LCE5        CMN2                  SEALS10
         LCE11       CMN3                  SEALS11
         LCE15                             SEALC3
         LCE16                             SEALC6
         LCS2                              SEALC7
         LCS3                              SEALC8
         LCS4

         LCR1        CELV1     SESHC8      SEALS1     PDF4
49-60
         LXR5        CELV2     SESHC10     SEALC1     PDHP8
months   LCR8        CMN1                  SEALC3
         LCE6        CMN2                  SEALS4
         LCE9        CMN3                  SEALS5
         LCE10       CMP1                  SEALS8
         LCS1        CMPS1
         LCS3


Count Them, There Are Ten                            Page 101
Age            LD         CD       C/SED      SED        PD
         LCR3        CELVE4    SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
         LCR6        CELV2     SESHC7      SEALS2     PDSH6
months   LCR10       CMN1                  SEALS4
         LCE5        CMN2                  SEALS10
         LCE11       CMN3                  SEALS11
         LCE15                             SEALC3
         LCE16                             SEALC6
         LCS2                              SEALC7
         LCS3                              SEALC8
         LCS4

         LCR1        CELV1     SESHC8      SEALS1     PDF1
49-60
         LXR5        CELV2     SESHC10     SEALC1     PDHP8
months   LCR8        CMN1                  SEALC3
         LCE6        CMN2                  SEALS4
         LCE9        CMN3                  SEALS5
         LCE10       CMP1                  SEALS8
         LCS1        CMPS1
         LCS3
Shapes in the Barn                                  Page 105
Age            LD        CD       C/SED      SED         PD
          LCR3       CELVE4   SESHC5      SEALS1     PDSH6
37-48
          LCR6       CELV1    SESHC6      SEALS4
months    LCE5       CELV2    SRSHC7      SEALS11
          LCE10      CMP1                 SEALS8
          LCE15      CMG3
          LCS2       CMG5
          LCS3
          LCS4
          LCR1       CELVE1   SRSHC5      SEALC1     PDHP8
49-60
          LCR8       CELV1    SESHC8      SEALC3
months    LCE10      CMP2     SESHC10     SEALS4
          LCE11      CMS2                 SEALS5
          LCE14
          LCE15
          LCS1
          LCS2
          LCS4


Scarecrow Shapes                                    Page 109
Age           LD         CD       C/SED      SED        PD
         LCR3        CELVE4   SESHC5      SEALS1     Pdf5
37-48
         LCR6        CELV1    SESHC6      SEALS4     PDSH6
months   LCE5        CELV2    SRSHC7      SEALS11
          LCE10      CMP1                 SEALS8
          LCE15      CMG3
          LCS2       CMG5
          LCS3
          LCS4
          LCR1       CELVE1   SRSHC5      SEALC1     Pdf7
49-60
          LCR8       CELV1    SESHC8      SEALC3     PDHP8
months    LCE10      CMP2     SESHC10     SEALS4
          LCE11      CMS2                 SEALS5
          LCE14
          LCE15
          LCS1
          LCS2
          LCS4
Small, Medium and Large                                    Page 111
Age             LD         CD            C/SED      SED         PD
          LCR3        CMM1           SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
          LCR6                       SESHC7      SEALS2     PDSH6
months    LCR10                                  SEALS4
           LCE5                                  SEALS10
           LCE11                                 SEALS11
           LCE15                                 SEALC3
           LCE16                                 SEALC6
           LCS2                                  SEALC7
           LCS3                                  SEALC8
           LCS4

           LCR1          CMM2        SESHC8      SEALS1     PDF1
49-60
           LXR5                      SESHC10     SEALC1     PDHP8
months     LCR8                                  SEALC3
           LCE6                                  SEALS4
           LCE9                                  SEALS5
           LCE10                                 SEALS8
           LCS1
           LCS3


Putting Pails in a Row                                     Page 113
Age              LD             CD       C/SED      SED        PD
           LCR3          CMM1        SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
           LCR6                      SESHC7      SEALS2     PDSH6
months     LCR10                                 SEALS4
           LCE5                                  SEALS10
           LCE11                                 SEALS11
           LCE15                                 SEALC3
           LCE16                                 SEALC6
           LCS2                                  SEALC7
           LCS3                                  SEALC8
           LCS4

           LCR1          CMM2        SESHC8      SEALS1     PDF1
49-60
           LXR5                      SESHC10     SEALC1     PDHP8
months     LCR8                                  SEALC3
           LCE6                                  SEALS4
           LCE9                                  SEALS5
           LCE10                                 SEALS8
           LCS1
           LCS3
Big Red Barn Puzzles                                  Page 115
Age            LD          CD       C/SED      SED         PD
          LCR1         CELVE4   SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF5
37-48
          LCR2         CELL4    SESHC7      SEALS2     PDSH6
months    LCE5         CELV3                SEALS4
          LCE15        CMP3                 SEALS10
          LCE18        CMG2                 SEALS11
          LCS2                              SEALC3
          LCS3                              SEALC6
          LCS4                              SEALC7
                                            SEALC8


          LCR1         CELVE6   SESHC8      SEALS1     PDF5
49-60
          LCR5         CELV1    SESHC10     SEALC1     PDHP8
months    LCR7         CELV3                SEALC3
          LCE10        CELV4                SEALS4
          LCE11        CMS1                 SEALS5
          LCS1                              SEALS8
          LCS2



Connect the Dots                                      Page 135
Age             LD         CD       C/SED      SED         PD
          LCR1         CELVE4   SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
          LCR3         CELL4    SESHC7      SEALS2     PDSH6
months    LCE15        CELV4                SEALS4
          LCE18        CMN1                 SEALS10
          LCS2         CMN3                 SEALS11
          LCS4         CMG3                 SEALC3
                                            SEALC6
                                            SEALC7
                                            SEALC8


          LCR1         CELVE1   SESHC8      SEALS1     PDF1
49-60
          LCR7         CMN1     SESHC10     SEALC1     PDHP8
months    LCE10        CMN2                 SEALC3
          LCS1         CMN3                 SEALS4
          LCS2         CMS1                 SEALS5
                       CMS2                 SEALS8
Matching Mama and Babies                                Page 143
Age           LD          CD          C/SED      SED        PD
         LCR1        CELL4        SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF5
37-48
         LCR3        CELV1        SESHC9      SEALS4     PDSH6
months   SCR10       LCEV2                    SEALS8
         LCE5        CMP1                     SEALS11
         LCE11       CMG1                     SEALC4
         LCE15       CMG2                     SEALC6
         LCE16       CSL2                     SEALC8
         LCS1
         LCS2
         LCS3
         LCS4
         LCR1        CELL8        SESHC8      SEALS1     PDF1
49-60
         LCR5        CELVE1       SESHC11     SEALC1     PDHP8
months   LCR7        CELV1        SESHC12     SEALC3
         LCR8        CMP1                     SEALS5
         LCE10       CMP2                     SEALS8
         LCE11       CMS1                     SEALM6
         LCS1        CSL2
         LCS2
         LCS3
         LCS4


On Every Barn is a Weather Vane                         Page 147
Age             LD         CD         C/SED      SED        PD
          LCR3        CELVE4      SESHC6      SEALS1     PDSH6
37-48
          LCR6        CELV2       SESHC7      SEALS2
months    LCR10       CMN3                    SEALS4
         LCE5                                 SEALS10
         LCE11                                SEALS11
         LCE15                                SEALC3
         LCE16                                SEALC6
         LCS2                                 SEALC7
         LCS3                                 SEALC8
         LCS4
         LCR1        CMN2         SESHC8      SEALS1     PDHP8
49-60
         LCR5        CMN3         SESHC10     SEALC1
months   LCR8        CMPS1                    SEALC3
         LCE6                                 SEALS4
         LCE9                                 SEALS5
         LCE10                                SEALS8
         LCS1
         LCS3
Missing Weather Vanes                                Page 149
Age           LD          CD       C/SED      SED         PD
         LCR2        CELVE3    SESHC5      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
         LCR3        CELV4     SESHC6      SEALS2     PDSH6
months   LCR8        CELL4     SESHC7      SEALS3
         LCR10       CELV1     SESHC9      SEALS4
         LCE5        CELV2                 SEALS8
         LCE11       CMP1                  SEALS11
         LCE13       CMPS1                 SEALC6
         LCE15                             SEALC8
         LCE16
         LCE16
         LCE18
         LCS2
         LCS4
         LCR1        CELL8     SESHC5      SEALS2     PDF4
49-60
         LCR5        CELVE1    SESHC8      SEALC1     PDHP8
months   LCR7        CELVE2    SESHC10     SSEALC3
         LCR8        CELVE7                SEALS5
         LCR12       CELV1                 SEALS10
         LCE6        CMP1
         LCE9        CMP2
         LCE10
         LCE11
         LCE13
         LCS1
         LCS2


Mama Hen’s Egg Patterning                            Page 151
Age           LD          CD       C/SED      SED         PD
         LCR3        CELVE4    SESHC5      SEALS1     PDSH6
37-48
         LCR6        CELV1     SESHC6      SEALS2
months   LCE5        CELV2     SRSHC7      SEALS4
         LCE10       CMP1                  SEALS7
         LCE15       CMP2                  SEALS11
         LCS2        CMG2                  SEALS8
         LCS3        CMG4                  SEALS10
         LCS4                              SEALC7
                                           SEALC8
         LCR1        CELVE1    SRSHC5      SEALC1     PDHP8
49-60
         LCR8        CELV1     SESHC8      SEALC3
months   LCE10       CMP1      SESHC10     SEALS4
         LCE11       CMP3                  SEALS5
         LCE14       CMS1                  SEALS8
         LCE15                             SEALS10
         LCS1
         LCS2
         LCS4
Nest and Hen Patterning                                Page 157
Age            LD          CD       C/SED      SED         PD
          LCR3        CELVE4    SESHC5      SEALS1      PDF1
37-48
          LCR6        CELV1     SESHC6      SEALS2      PDSH6
months    LCE5        CELV2     SRSHC7      SEALS4
          LCE10       CELV5                 SEALS7
          LCE15       CMP1                  SEALS11
          LCS2        CMP2                  SEALS8
          LCS3        CEMP3                 SEALS10
          LCS4        CMG2                  SEALC7
                      CMG4                  SEALC8

          LCR1        CELVE1    SRSHC5      SEALC1      PDF1
49-60
          LCR8        CELV1     SESHC8      SEALC3      PDHP8
months    LCE10       CELV5     SESHC10     SEALS4
          LCE11       CMP1                  SEALS5
          LCE14       CMP3                  SEALS8
          LCE15       CMS1                  SEALS10
          LCS1
          LCS2
          LCS4


What is Missing?                                      Page 161
Age           LD          CD        C/SED      SED         PD
         LCR1         CELVE4    SESHC6      SEALS1      PDSH6
37-48
         LCR2         CELL4     SESHC7      SEALS2
months   LCE5         CELV2                 SEALS4
          LCE15       CMP3                  SEALS10
          LCE18       CMG2                  SEALS11
          LCS2                              SEALC3
          LCS3                              SEALC6
          LCS4                              SEALC7
                                            SEALC8


          LCR1        CELVE6    SESHC8      SEALS1      PDHP8
49-60
          LCR5        CELV1     SESHC10     SEALC1
months    LCR7        CELV4                 SEALC3
          LCE10       CMS1                  SEALS4
          LCE11                             SEALS5
          LCS1                              SEALS8
          LCS2
                  Gross Motor Goals and Objectives

                      LD Language Development
                      CD Cognitive Development
              C/SED Cognitive/Social Emotional Development
                 SED Social and Emotional Development
                       PD Physical Development




Butterflies High and Low                                     Page 177
Age             LD          CD       C/SED         SED           PD
          LCR3         CELVE3    SESHC6         SEALS1        PDG6
37-48
          LCR10        CMG1      SESHC7         SEALS2        PDSH6
months    LCE13        CMG2      SESHC8         SEALS4
          LCE18                  SESCMD3        SEALS6
          LCE19                                 SEALS8
          LCS2                                  SEALS10
          LCS3                                  SEALS11
          LCS4                                  SEALC4
                                                SEALC6
                                                SEALC7
                                                SEALC8
          LCR1         CELVE2    SESHC8         SEALS3        PDG2
49-60
          LCR5         CMS1      SESHC10        SEALC1        PDHP8
months    LCR7                   SESHC11        SEALC3
          LCR10                  SESG1          SEALS4
          LCE6                   CECMD3         SEALS5
          LCE9                                  SEALS10
          LCE10                                 SELM8
          LCE11
          LCE13
          LCS1
          LCS2
          LCS4
The Scarecrow Stomp                                  Page 179
Age            LD         CD       C/SED      SED        PD
         LCR3         CELL2    SESHC5      SEALS2    PDG6
37-48
         LCR10        CELL4    SESHC6      SEALS4    PDSH6
months   LCS1         CMG1     SESHC7      SEALS6
          LCS2                 SESHC8      SEALS7
          LCS3                 SESHC9      SEALS8
          LCS4                 SESH3       SEALS10
                               SECM1       SEALS11
                               SECM2       SEALC2
                               SECMD1      SEALC3
                               SECMD2      SEALC4
                                           SEALC5
                                           SEALC6
                                           SEALC8
          LCR1        CELL8    SESHC1      SEALS1    PDG2
49-60
          LCR5        CMS1     SESHC5      SEALS2    PDHP8
months    LCR9                 SESHC7      SEALC1
          LCE7                 SESHC8      SEALC2
          LCE10                SESHC10     SEALC3
          LCS1                 SESHC11     SEALS6
          LCS2                 SESHC12     SEALS8
          LCS3                 SESH3       SEALS9
          LCS4                 SESH4
                               CECM1
                               CECM2
                               CECMD1
                               CECMD2


Eggs in the Nest                                     Page 181
Age             LD        CD       C/SED      SED        PD
           LCR1       CELVE4   SESHC6      SEALS1    PDG7
37-48
           LCR6       CELL2    SESHC7      SEALS2    PDSH6
months     LCR8       CELL4    SESHC8      SEALS4
          LCR10       CELPH1   SESHC9      SEALS6
          LCS2        CELPH4               SEALS8
          LCS3        CMP1                 SEALS10
          LCS4        CMG1                 SEALS11
                                           SEALC4
                                           SEALC6
                                           SEALC7
                                           SEALC8
          LCR1        CELVE5   SESHC8      SEALS2    PDG5
49-60
          LCR5        CMS1     SESHC10     SEALS3    PDHP8
months    LCR7                 SESHC11     SEALC1
          LCR10                SESHC12     SEALC3
          LCE1                             SEALS4
          LCE10                            SEALS5
          LCE11                            SEALS10
          LCS1                             SELM8
          LCS2
          LCS3
On Our Way to the Big Red Barn                         Page 185
Age           LD           CD        C/SED      SED         PD
        LCR3          CELVE3     SESHC6      SEALS1     PDG6
37-48
        LCR10         CMG1       SESHC7      SEALS2     PDSH6
months  LCE13         CMG2       SESHC8      SEALS4
          LCE18                  SESCMD3     SEALS6
          LCE19                              SEALS8
          LCS2                               SEALS10
          LCS3                               SEALS11
          LCS4                               SEALC4
                                             SEALC6
                                             SEALC7
                                             SEALC8
          LCR1        CELVE2     SESHC8      SEALS3     PDG2
49-60
          LCR5        CMS1       SESHC10     SEALC1     PDHP8
months    LCR7                   SESHC11     SEALC3
          LCR10                  SESG1       SEALS4
          LCE6                   CECMD3      SEALS5
          LCE9                               SEALS10
          LCE10                              SELM8
          LCE11
          LCE13
          LCS1
          LCS2
          LCS4


Walking Around the Barnyard                            Page 186
Age            LD          CD        C/SED      SED         PD
         LCR3         CMG1       SESHC6      SEALS1     PDG6
37-48
         LCR4                    SESHC7      SEALS2     PDSH6
months   LCR10                   SESHC8      SEALS4
                                 SESCMD3     SEALS6
                                             SEALS8
                                             SEALS10
                                             SEALS11
                                             SEALC4
                                             SEALC6
                                             SEALC7
                                             SEALC8
          LCR1        CMS1       SESHC8      SEALS3     PDG2
49-60
          LCR5                   SESHC10     SEALC1     PDHP8
months    LCR10                  SESHC11     SEALC3
                                 CECMD3      SEALS4
                                             SEALS5
                                             SEALS10
                                             SELM8
Pigs in the Mud                                         Page 187
Age              LD          CD       C/SED      SED         PD
           LCR3       CMG1        SESHC6      SEALS1     PDG6
37-48
           LCR4                   SESHC7      SEALS2     PDSH6
months     LCR10                  SESHC8      SEALS4
                                  SESCMD3     SEALS6
                                              SEALS8
                                              SEALS10
                                              SEALS11
                                              SEALC4
                                              SEALC6
                                              SEALC7
                                              SEALC8
           LCR1       CMS1        SESHC8      SEALS3     PDG2
49-60
           LCR5                   SESHC10     SEALC1     PDHP8
months     LCR10                  SESHC11     SEALC3
                                  CECMD3      SEALS4
                                              SEALS5
                                              SEALS10
                                              SELM8


Chicken Legs                                            Page 189
Age             LD           CD       C/SED      SED        PD
          LCR1        CELVE3      SESHC6      SEALS1     PDG6
37-48
          LCR10       CELL1       SESHC7      SEALS4     PDSH6
months    LCE5        CELL4                   SEALS11
           LCE11      CELV1                   SEALC6
           LCE15      CMP3                    SEALC8
           LCE16      CMG2
           LCE18
           LCS4
           LCR1       CELL8       SESHC8      SEALC1     PDG1
49-60
           LCR5       CELVE1      SESHC10     SEALC3     PDHP8
months     LCR7       CSL1                    SEALS5
           LCR8       CMS1                    SEALS10
           LCR9                               SEALM8
           LCE6
           LCE10
           LCE11
           LCS2
Rooster Crows                                       Page 191
Age             LD       CD       C/SED      SED        PD
          LCR3       CELVE1   SESHC5      SEALS2     PDG6
37-48
          LCR5       CELL1    SESHC6      SEALS4     PDSH6
months    LCR10      CELL2    SESHC7      SEALS6
          LCE11      CELL4    SESHC8      SEALS7
          LCE18      CELPH3   SESHC9      SEALS8
          LCS1       CELPR1   SESH3       SEALS10
          LCS2       CMG1     SECMD3      SEALS11
          LCS3                            SEALC2
          LCS4                            SEALC3
                                          SEALC4
                                          SEALC5
                                          SEALC6
                                          SEALC8
          LCR1       CELVE1   SESHC1      SEALS1     PDG2
49-60
          LCR5       CELVE2   SESHC5      SEALS2     PDHP8
months    LCR9       CELVE6   SESHC7      SEALC1
          LCE7       CELVE7   SESHC8      SEALC2
          LCE10      CELL8    SESHC10     SEALC3
          LCS1       CMS1     SESHC11     SEALS6
          LCS2                SESHC12     SEALS8
          LCS3                SESH3       SEALS9
          LCS4                SESH4
                              CECMD3


Cooked Play Dough                                   Page 192
Age            LD        CD       C/SED      SED         PD
          LCR1       CELVE4   SESGC6      SEALS1     PDF3
37-48
          LCR3       CELL4    SESHC7      SEALS4     PDSH6
months    LCR4       CMG2     SESHC9      SEALS5
          LCR6                SECA1       SEALS7
          LCE16                           SEALS8
          LCE18                           SEALS9
          LCS1                            SEALS11
          LCS2                            SEALC1
          LCS3                            SEALC2
          LCS4                            SEALS3
                                          SEALS5
                                          SEALC6
                                          SEALS7
                                          SEALC8
          LCR1       CELL3    SESHC8      SEALS1     PDF3
49-60
          LCR5       CMS1     SESHC10     SEALS2     PDHP8
months    LCR7                SESGC12     SEALS3
          LCR12               SESG1       SEALC1
          LCE7                SESG3       SEALC2
          LCE10               CECA1       SEALC3
          LCE11                           SEALS4
          LCS1                            SEALS5
          LCS2                            SEALS8
          LCS4                            SELS10
                                          SEALM4
                                          SEALM8
Painting on an Easel                                  Page 193
Age             LD         CD       C/SED      SED         PD
           LCR1        CELVE4   SESGC6      SEALS1     PDG6
37-48
           LCR3        CELL4    SESHC7      SEALS      PDF1
months     LCR6        CELPR3   SESHC9      SEALS7     PDSH2
          LCR8         CELLR1               SEALS11    PDSH3
          LCR10        CMG2                 SEALC6     PDSH6
          LCE15                             SEALC8
          LCE16
          LCE18
          LCS1
          LCS2
          LCS3
          LCS4
          LCR1         CELL3    SESHC8      SEALS4     PDG8
49-60
          LCR5         CELP1    SESHC10     SEALS5     PDF4
months    LCR7         CELLR1   SESGC12     SEALS8     PDHP1
          LCR8         CELLR5   SESG1       SELS10     PDHP5
          LCR10        CMS1     SESG3       SEALM3     PDHP8
          LCR12                             SEALM8
          LCE7                              SELM10
          LCE10
          LCE11
          LCS1
          LCS2
          LCS4
                      Fine Motor Goals and Objectives

                         LD Language Development
                         CD Cognitive Development
                 C/SED Cognitive/Social Emotional Development
                    SED Social and Emotional Development
                          PD Physical Development

Animals in the Barn                                             Page 195
Age             LD              CD       C/SED        SED            PD
           LCR1          CMG2        SESGC6        SEALS1        PDF1
37-48
           LCR3                      SESHC7        SEALS         PDF4
months     LCR6                      SESHC9        SEALS7        PDSH6
          LCE16                                    SEALS11
          LCE18                                    SEALC6
          LCS1                                     SEALC8
          LCS2
          LCS3
          LCS4


          LCR1           CMS1        SESHC8        SEALS4        PDF1
49-60
          LCR5                       SESHC10       SEALS5        PDF4
months    LCR7                       SESGC12       SEALS8        PDHP8
          LCE7                       SESG1         SELS10
          LCS1                       SESG3         SEALM3
          LCS2                                     SEALM8
          LCS4                                     SELM10


Cutting Grids                                                   Page 199
Age            LD               CD       C/SED        SED           PD
          LCR1           CMG2        SESGC6        SEALS1        PDF1
37-48
          LCR3                       SESHC7        SEALS         PDF4
months    LCR6                       SESHC9        SEALS7        PDSH6
          LCE16                                    SEALS11
          LCE18                                    SEALC6
          LCS1                                     SEALC8
          LCS2
          LCS3
          LCS4


          LCR1           CMS1        SESHC8        SEALS4        PDF1
49-60
          LCR5                       SESHC10       SEALS5        PDF4
months    LCR7                       SESGC12       SEALS8        PDHP8
          LCE7                       SESG1         SELS10
          LCS1                       SESG3         SEALM3
          LCS2                                     SEALM8
          LCS4                                     SELM10
Big Red Barn Lacing                                      Page 205
Age            LD             CD       C/SED      SED        PD
          LCR1         CMG2        SESGC6      SEALS1      PDF5
37-48
          LCR3                     SESHC7      SEALS       PDSH6
months    LCR6                     SESHC9      SEALS7
          LCE16                                SEALS11
          LCE18                                SEALC6
          LCS1                                 SEALC8
          LCS2
          LCS3
          LCS4


          LCR1         CMS1        SESHC8      SEALS4      PDF1
49-60
          LCR5                     SESHC10     SEALS5      PDHP8
months    LCR7                     SESGC12     SEALS8
          LCE7                     SESG1       SELS10
          LCS1                     SESG3       SEALM3
          LCS2                                 SEALM8
          LCS4                                 SELM10


Nine, Ten,,, A Big Fat Hen                               Page 215
Age             LD           CD        C/SED      SED         PD
           LCR1         CELL2      SESGC6      SEALS1      PDF1
37-48
           LCR3         CELPH1     SESHC7      SEALS       PDF4
months     LCR6         CELPH4     SESHC9      SEALS7      PDSH6
          LCE16        CMG2                    SEALS11
          LCE18                                SEALC6
          LCS1                                 SEALC8
          LCS2
          LCS3
          LCS4


          LCR1         CMS1        SESHC8      SEALS4      PDF1
49-60
          LCR5                     SESHC10     SEALS5      PDF4
months    LCR7                     SESGC12     SEALS8      PDHP8
          LCE7                     SESG1       SELS10
          LCS1                     SESG3       SEALM3
          LCS2                                 SEALM8
          LCS4                                 SELM10
Muddy Piggy                                         Page 219
Age           LD         CD       C/SED      SED         PD
         LCR1        CELVE4   SESGC6      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
         LCR3        CELL4    SESHC7      SEALS      PDSH2
months   LCR6        CELPR3   SESHC9      SEALS7     PDSH3
          LCR8       CELLR1               SEALS11    PDSH6
          LCR10      CMG2                 SEALC6
          LCE15                           SEALC8
          LCE16
          LCE18
          LCS1
          LCS2
          LCS3
          LCS4
          LCR1       CELL3    SESHC8      SEALS4     PDF4
49-60
          LCR5       CELP1    SESHC10     SEALS5     PDHP1
months    LCR7       CELLR1   SESGC12     SEALS8     PDHP5
          LCR8       CELLR5   SESG1       SELS10     PDHP8
          LCR10      CMS1     SESG3       SEALM3
          LCR12                           SEALM8
          LCE7                            SELM10
          LCE10
          LCE11
          LCS1
          LCS2
          LCS4


Follow the Path                                     Page 221
Age             LD       CD       C/SED      SED        PD
           LCR1      CELVE4   SESGC6      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
           LCR3      CELV2    SESHC7      SEALS4     PDSH6
months     LCR8      CMG1     SESHC9      SEALS7
          LCR10      CMG2                 SEALS10
          LCS2       CMG5                 SEALS11
          LCS3                            SEALC4
          LCS4                            SEALC6
                                          SEALC8




          LCR1       CELL8    SESHC8      SEALC1     PDF4
49-60
          LCR5       CELV4    SESHC10     SEALC3     PDHP8
months    LCR6       CMP2     SESGC12     SEALS5
          LCR7       CMS1     SESG1       SEALS8
          LCR9       CMS2     SESG3       SEALS10
          LCE7
          LCE10
          LCE11
          LCS1
          LCS2
Patterns on Pails                                     Page 229
Age            LD          CD       C/SED      SED        PD
          LCR1         CELVE4   SESGC6      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
          LCR3         CELV1    SESHC7      SEALS4     PDSH6
months    LCR8         CELV2    SESHC9      SEALS7
          LCR10        CMP1                 SEALS10
          LCS2         CMG1                 SEALS11
          LCS3         CMG2                 SEALC4
          LCS4         CMG5                 SEALC6
                                            SEALC8




          LCR1         CELL8    SESHC8      SEALC1     PDF4
49-60
          LCR5         CELV1    SESHC10     SEALC3     PDHP8
months    LCR6         CELV4    SESGC12     SEALS5
          LCR7         CMP2     SESG1       SEALS8
          LCR9         CMS1     SESG3       SEALS10
          LCE7         CMS2
          LCE10
          LCE11
          LCS1
          LCS2



Complete the Picture                                  Page 233
Age             LD         CD       C/SED      SED        PD
          LCR1         CELVE4   SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
          LCR3         CELL4    SESHC7      SEALS2     PDSH6
months    LCE15        CELV4                SEALS4
          LCE18        CMG3                 SEALS10
          LCS2                              SEALS11
          LCS4                              SEALC3
                                            SEALC6
                                            SEALC7
                                            SEALC8


          LCR1         CELVE1   SESHC8      SEALS1     PDF1
49-60
          LCR7         CMS1     SESHC10     SEALC1     PDHP8
months    LCE10        CMS2                 SEALC3
          LCS1                              SEALS4
          LCS2                              SEALS5
                                            SEALS8
Wooly Lamb                                            Page 237
Age            LD          CD       C/SED      SED        PD
         LCR1       CELVE4      SESHC6      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
         LCR3       CELL4       SESHC7      SEALS2     PDSH6
months   LCE15      CELV4                   SEALS4
          LCE18     CMG3                    SEALS10
          LCS2                              SEALS11
          LCS4                              SEALC3
                                            SEALC6
                                            SEALC7
                                            SEALC8


          LCR1      CELVE1      SESHC8      SEALS1     PDF1
49-60
          LCR7      CMS1        SESHC10     SEALC1     PDHP8
months    LCE10     CMS2                    SEALC3
          LCS1                              SEALS4
          LCS2                              SEALS5
                                            SEALS8


Barnyard Buddies                                      Page 239
Age            LD          CD       C/SED      SED        PD
          LCR1      CMG2        SESGC6      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
          LCR3                  SESHC7      SEALS      PDF4
months    LCR6                  SESHC9      SEALS7     PDSH6
          LCE16                             SEALS11
          LCE18                             SEALC6
          LCS1                              SEALC8
          LCS2
          LCS3
          LCS4


          LCR1      CMS1        SESHC8      SEALS4     PDF1
49-60
          LCR5                  SESHC10     SEALS5     PDF4
months    LCR7                  SESGC12     SEALS8     PDHP8
          LCE7                  SESG1       SELS10
          LCS1                  SESG3       SEALM3
          LCS2                              SEALM8
          LCS4                              SELM10
           Daily Living, Cooking and Self-Help Objectives

                      LD Language Development
                      CD Cognitive Development
              C/SED Cognitive/Social Emotional Development
                 SED Social and Emotional Development
                       PD Physical Development




Day and Night?                                               Page 229
Age            LD          CD        C/SED         SED           PD
          LCR1        CELPR1     SESHC6         SEALS1        PDF5
37-48
          LCR3        CMM3       SESHC9         SEALS4        PDSH6
months    SCR10       CMM4                      SEALS8
          LCE5        CMP1                      SEALS11
          LCE11       CMG1                      SEALC4
          LCE15       CMG2                      SEALC6
          LCE16       CMPS1                     SEALC8
          LCS1        CSE1
          LCS2
          LCS3
          LCS4
          LCR1        CELVE1     SESHC8         SEALS1        PDF1
49-60
          LCR5        CELV1      SESHC11        SEALC1        PDHP8
months    LCR7        CMM1       SESHC12        SEALC3
          LCR8        CMM3                      SEALS5
          LCE10       CMP1                      SEALS8
          LCE11       CMP2                      SEALM6
          LCS1        CMS1
          LCS2        CSE2
          LCS3        CSE5
          LCS4
Look Mom! Clean Hands!!                               Page 251
Age           LD           CD       C/SED      SED        PD
         LCR1         CMG2      SESHC6      SEALS1     PDSH3
37-48
         LCR3         CSE1      SESHC7      SEALS4     PDSH6
months   LCR6                   SESHC9      SEALS11
          LCR10                 SESH2       SEALC6
          LCE5                  SESH3       SEALC8
          LCE11




          LCR1        CELL8     SESHC8      SEALC3     PDHP5
49-60
          LCR5        CMS1      SESHC12     SEALS4     PDHP8
months    LCR9                  SESH4
          LCR11                 SESG1



Peel and Eat Corn                                     Page 253
Age            LD         CD        C/SED      SED        PD
          LCR1        CELVVE4   SESHC5      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
          LCR3        CMM4      SESHC6      SEALS4     PDSH3
months    LCR6        CMG1      SESHC7      SEALS8     PDSH6
          LCR10       CSE1      SESHC9      SEALS11
          LCE5                  SESH1       SEALC6
          LCE16                 SESH2
                                SESH3




          LCR1        CELL8     SESHC5      SEALC1     PDF1
49-60
          LCR5        CMM1      SESHC6      SEALC3     PDHP5
months    LCR11       CMS1      SESHC8      SEALS7     PDHP6
          LCR12                 SESHC10                PDHP8
          LCE4                  SESHC12
                                SESH1
                                SESH3
                                SESH4
                                SESG5
Barnyard Buffet                                        Page 254
Age            LD          CD        C/SED      SED        PD
          LCR1         CELVVE4   SESHC5      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
          LCR3         CMM4      SESHC6      SEALS4     PDSH3
months    LCR6         CMG1      SESHC7      SEALS8     PDSH6
          LCR10        CSE1      SESHC9      SEALS11
          LCE5                   SESH1       SEALC6
          LCE16                  SESH2
                                 SESH3




          LCR1         CELL8     SESHC5      SEALC1     PDF1
49-60
          LCR5         CMM1      SESHC6      SEALC3     PDHP5
months    LCR11        CMS1      SESHC8      SEALS7     PDHP6
          LCR12                  SESHC10                PDHP8
          LCE4                   SESHC12
                                 SESH1
                                 SESH3
                                 SESH4
                                 SESG5


Recipes                                            Pages 255-264
Age               LD       CD        C/SED      SED        PD
          LCR1         CELVVE4   SESHC5      SEALS1     PDF1
37-48
          LCR3         CMM4      SESHC6      SEALS4     PDSH3
months    LCR6         CMG1      SESHC7      SEALS8     PDSH6
          LCR10        CSE1      SESHC9      SEALS11
          LCE5                   SESH1       SEALC6
          LCE16                  SESH2
                                 SESH3




          LCR1         CELL8     SESHC5      SEALC1     PDF1
49-60
          LCR5         CMM1      SESHC6      SEALC3     PDHP5
months    LCR11        CMS1      SESHC8      SEALS7     PDHP6
          LCR12                  SESHC10                PDHP8
          LCE4                   SESHC12
                                 SESH1
                                 SESH3
                                 SESH4
                                 SESG5
                  Socialization Goals and Objectives

                      LD Language Development
                      CD Cognitive Development
              C/SED Cognitive/Social Emotional Development
                 SED Social and Emotional Development
                       PD Physical Development

Dramatic Play and Prop Suggestions                           Page 267
Age            LD           CD           C/SED      SED           PD
          LCR1         CELVE3        SESHC1      SEALS1       PDSH2
37-48
          LCR3         CELL2         SESHC6      SEALS2       PDSH3
months    LCR4         CELL4         SESHC7      SEALS4       PDSH6
          LCR6        CMM4           SESHC8      SEALS5
          LCR9        CMG1           SESHC9      SEALS6
          LCE4        CMG2           SESH3       SEALS7
          LCE6        CSE1           SECMD3      SEALS8
          LCE8                       SECMD4      SEALS9
          LCE10                                  SEALS10
          LCE13                                  SEALS11
          LCE15                                  SEALC1
          LCE16                                  SEALC2
          LCE17                                  SEALC3
          LCE18                                  SEALC4
          LCE19                                  SEALC5
          LCS1                                   SEALC6
          LCS2                                   SEALC7
          LCS3
          LCS4
          LCR1        CELL1          SESHC1      SEALS1       PDHP1
49-60
          LCR5        CELL2          SESHC3      SEALS2       PDSH2
months    LCR10       CELVE2         SESHC4      SEALC1       PDHP8
          LCR11       CMM1           SESHC5      SEALC2
          LCE3        CMS1           SESHC7      SEALC3
          LCE4                       SESHC8      SEALS5
          LCE6                       SESHC9      SEALS8
          LCE7                       SESHC10     SEALS9
          LCE8                       SESHC11     SEALS10
          LCE9                       SESHC12     SEALM5
          LCE10                      SESH1       SEALM8
          LCE11                      SESH3       SEALM9
          LCE12                      SESG1
          LCE14                      CECMD3
          LCE15                      CECMD4
          LCS1                       CECMD5
          LCS2
          LCS3
          LCS4
Barnyard Scene                                     Page 268
Age            LD       CD       C/SED      SED        PD
          LCR1      CELVE3   SESHC1      SEALS1     PDSH2
37-48
          LCR3      CELL2    SESHC6      SEALS2     PDSH3
months    LCR4      CELL4    SESHC7      SEALS4     PDSH6
          LCR6      CMM4     SESHC8      SEALS5
          LCR9      CMG1     SESHC9      SEALS6
          LCE4      CMG2     SESH3       SEALS7
          LCE6      CSE1     SECMD3      SEALS8
          LCE8               SECMD4      SEALS9
          LCE10                          SEALS10
          LCE13                          SEALS11
          LCE15                          SEALC1
          LCE16                          SEALC2
          LCE17                          SEALC3
          LCE18                          SEALC4
          LCE19                          SEALC5
          LCS1                           SEALC6
          LCS2                           SEALC7
          LCS3
          LCS4
          LCR1      CELL1    SESHC1      SEALS1     PDHP1
49-60
          LCR5      CELL2    SESHC3      SEALS2     PDSH2
months    LCR10     CELVE2   SESHC4      SEALC1     PDHP8
          LCR11     CMM1     SESHC5      SEALC2
          LCE3      CMS1     SESHC7      SEALC3
          LCE4               SESHC8      SEALS5
          LCE6               SESHC9      SEALS8
          LCE7               SESHC10     SEALS9
          LCE8               SESHC11     SEALS10
          LCE9               SESHC12     SEALM5
          LCE10              SESH1       SEALM8
          LCE11              SESH3       SEALM9
          LCE12              SESG1
          LCE14              CECMD3
          LCE15              CECMD4
          LCS1               CECMD5
          LCS2
          LCS3
          LCS4
Who Am I?                                            Page 273
Age           LD          CD       C/SED      SED          PD
        LCR3          CELVE4   SESHC6      SEALS1      PDSH6
37-48
        LCR5          CELL2    SESHC7      SEALS4
months  LCR10         CELL4    SESHC9      SEALS8
          LCE7        CELV1                SEALS11
          JCE8        CELV2                SEALC1
          LCE11       CELL8                SEALC6
          LCE15                            SEALC8
          LCS2
          LCS4

          LCR5        CELL1    SESHC8      SEALS1      PDHP8
49-60
          LCR7        CELL8    SESHC10     SEALS3
months    LCR8        CELVE5   SESHC12     SEALC1
          LCR9        CMS1     SESH4       SEALC3
          LCE6                             SEALS5
          LCE10                            SEALS10
          LCE11                            SEALM6
          LCS1                             SEALM8
          LCS2


Big Red Barn Parade                                  Page 274
Age             LD        CD       C/SED      SED         PD
          LCR3        CELVE1   SESHC5      SEALS2      PDG6
37-48
          LCR5        CELL1    SESHC6      SEALS4      PDSH6
months    LCR10       CELL2    SESHC7      SEALS6
          LCE11       CELL4    SESHC8      SEALS7
          LCE18       CELPH3   SESHC9      SEALS8
          LCS1        CELPR1   SESH3       SEALS10
          LCS2        CMG1     SECM1       SEALS11
          LCS3                 SECM2       SEALC2
          LCS4                 SECMD1      SEALC3
                               SECMD2      SEALC4
                                           SEALC5
                                           SEALC6
                                           SEALC8
          LCR1        CELVE1   SESHC1      SEALS1      PDG2
49-60
          LCR5        CELVE2   SESHC5      SEALS2      PDHP8
months    LCR9        CELVE6   SESHC7      SEALC1
          LCE7        CELVE7   SESHC8      SEALC2
          LCE10       CELL8    SESHC10     SEALC3
          LCS1        CMS1     SESHC11     SEALS6
          LCS2                 SESHC12     SEALS8
          LCS3                 SESH3       SEALS9
          LCS4                 SESH4
                               CECM1
                               CECM2
                               CECMD1
                               CECMD2
Barnyard Bash                                      Page 275
Age            LD       CD       C/SED      SED         PD
          LCR1      CELVE1   SESHC1      SEALS1     PDG6
37-48
          LCR3      CELVE3   SESHC5      SEALS2     PDF7
months    LCR5      CELL1    SESHC6      SEALS4     PDSH1
          LCR6      CELL2    SESHC7      SEALS5     SPSH3
          LCR9      CELL4    SESHC8      SEALS6     SPSH6
          LCR10     CELPR1   SESHC9      SEALS7
          LCE5      CELPR4   SESH1       SEALS8
          LCE7      CMM4     SESH2       SEALS9
          LCE8      CMG1     SESH3       SEALS10
          LCE10     CMG2                 SEALS11
          LCE11     CSE1                 SEALC1
          LCE13     CLE2                 SEALC2
          LCE15                          SEALC3
          LCE16                          SEALC4
          LCE17                          SEALC6
          LCE18                          SEALC8
          LCE19
          LCS1
          LCS2
          LCS4
          LCR1      CELL1    SESHC1      SEALS1     PDG2
49-60
          LCR5      CELL2    SESHC3      SEALS2     PDG5
months    LCR6      CELL3    SESHC5      SEALS3     PDHP5
          LCR10     CELL4    SESHC8      SEALC1     PDHP6
          LCE1      CELL5    SSHC10      SEALC2     PDHP8
          LCE2      CELL7    SESHC11     SEALC3
          LCE3      CELL8    SESHC12     SEALS5
          LCE4      CELVE1   SESH1       SEALS6
          LCE6      CELVE2   SESH2       SEALS8
          LCE7      CELVE3   SESH3       SEALS9
          LCE9      CELVE4   SESH4       SEALS10
          LCE10     CELVE6   SESG1
          LCE11     CELVE7
          LCE13     CMS1
          LCE14
          LCE15
          LCS1
          LCS2
          LCS3
          LCS4
The Farmer Says                                       Page 277
Age            LD          CD       C/SED      SED         PD
         LCR1       CMG1        SESH9       SEALS1     PDSH3
37-48
         LCR3       CMG2        SESH3       SEALS2     PDSH6
months   LCR10      CSL2        SESH4       SEALS4
          LCE16                             SEALS8
                                            SEALS10
                                            SEALS11
                                            SEALS6
                                            SEALS8




          LCR1      CMS1        SESHC12     SEALS2     PDHP5
49-60
          LCR5                  SESH1       SEALC1     PDHP8
months    LCR8                  SESH3       SEALC3
          LCE7                  SESH4       SEALS5
          LCE11                 SESH5       SEALS8
                                SESG1       SEALS10
                                SESG3       SEALM8
                 Music and Rhyme Goals and Objectives

                     LD Language Development
                     CD Cognitive Development
             C/SED Cognitive/Social Emotional Development
                SED Social and Emotional Development
                      PD Physical Development

Mother Goose Rhymes                                         Page 279
Age           LD          CD         C/SED        SED           PD
         LCR1         CELL2      SESHC5        SEALS1        PDG6
37-48
         LCR3         CELL4      SESHC6        SEALS2        PDSH6
months   LCR4         CELPH1     SESHC9        SEALS4
         LCR5         CELPH3     SESH3         SEALS7
         LCR6         CELPH4     SECM2         SELS8
         LCR10                                 SEALS10
         LCE2                                  SEALS11
         LCE7                                  SEALC6
         LCE11                                 SEALC8
         LCE15
         LCE16
         LCE18
         LCS2
         LCS4

         LCR1         CELVE3     SHSHC5        SEALS2        PDG2
49-60
         LCR7         CELPH3     SESHC8        SEALS3        PDHP8
months   LCR11                   SESHC10       SEALC1
         LCE1                    SESHC12       SEALC3
         LCE6                    SESH1         SEALS5
         LCE7                    SESH2         SEALS8
         LCE9                    SESH4
         LCE10                   CECM2
         LCS1
         LCS2
Mother Goose Every Day                                Page 290
Age           LD          CD        C/SED      SED         PD
         LCR1        CELL2      SESHC5      SEALS1     PDSH6
37-48
         LCR3        CELL4      SESHC6      SEALS2
months   LCR4        CELPH1     SESHC9      SEALS4
          LCR5        CELPH3    SESH3       SEALS7
          LCR6        CELPH4    SECM2       SELS8
          LCR10                             SEALS10
          LCE2                              SEALS11
          LCE7                              SEALC6
          LCE11                             SEALC8
          LCE15
          LCE16
          LCE18
          LCS2
          LCS4

          LCR1        CELVE3    SHSHC5      SEALS2     PDHP8
49-60
          LCR7        CELPH3    SESHC8      SEALS3
months    LCR11                 SESHC10     SEALC1
          LCE1                  SESHC12     SEALC3
          LCE6                  SESH1       SEALS5
          LCE7                  SESH2       SEALS8
          LCE9                  SESH4
          LCE10                 CECM2
          LCS1
          LCS2


Rhymes and Finger Plays                        Pages 293-300
Age           LD           CD       C/SED      SED        PD
         LCR1         CELL2     SESHC5      SEALS1     PDG6
37-48
         LCR3         CELL4     SESHC6      SEALS2     PDSH6
months   LCR4         CELPH1    SESHC9      SEALS4
          LCR5        CELPH3    SESH3       SEALS7
          LCR6        CELPH4    SECM2       SELS8
          LCR10                             SEALS10
          LCE2                              SEALS11
          LCE7                              SEALC6
          LCE11                             SEALC8
          LCE15
          LCE16
          LCE18
          LCS2
          LCS4
          LCR1        CELVE3    SHSHC5      SEALS2     PDG2
49-60
          LCR7        CELPH3    SESHC8      SEALS3     PDHP8
months    LCR11                 SESHC10     SEALC1
          LCE1                  SESHC12     SEALC3
          LCE6                  SESH1       SEALS5
          LCE7                  SESH2       SEALS8
          LCE9                  SESH4
          LCE10                 CECM2
          LCS1
          LCS2

				
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