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					                                                             Kindergarten Integration Tracker

                              A                                   B              C              D       E      F
1               Standard of Learning                           Teacher        Method        Teacher   Method
    Eng K.1 The student will demonstrate growth in the
    use of oral language. Listen to a variety of literary
    forms, including stories and poems. Participate in
    choral speaking and recite short poems, rhymes,
    songs, and stories with repeated patterns. Participate
    in creative dramatics. Begin to discriminate between
    spoken sentences, words, and syllables. Recognize
    rhyming words. Generate rhyming words in a
    rhyming pattern.
2
    Eng K.5 The student will understand how print is
    organized and read. Hold print materials in the
    correct position. Identify the front cover, back
    cover, and title page of a book. Follow words from
    left to right and from top to bottom on a printed
    page. Match voice with print: syllables, words, and
    phrases.
3
    Eng K.8 The student will demonstrate
    comprehension of fiction and nonfiction. Use
    pictures to make predictions about content. Retell
    familiar stories, using beginning, middle, and end.
    Discuss characters, setting, and events. Use story
    language in discussions and retellings. Identify what
    an author does and what an illustrator does. Identify
    the topics of nonfiction selections.
4
5
                                                             Kindergarten Integration Tracker

                              A                                   B              C              D       E      F
1                Standard of Learning                          Teacher        Method        Teacher   Method
    Math K.17 The student will sort and classify
    objects according to similar attributes (size, shape,
    and color).
6
    Math K.18 The student will identify, describe, and
    extend a repeating relationship (pattern) found in
    common objects, sounds, and movements.
7
    HSS K.2 The student will describe everyday life in
    the present and in the past and begin to recognize
    that things change over time.
8
    Sci K.4 The student will investigate and understand
    that the position, motion, and physical properties of
    an object can be described. Key concepts include
    colors (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple),
    white, and black; shapes (circle, triangle, square,
    and rectangle) and forms (flexible/stiff,
    straight/curved); textures (rough/smooth) and feel
    (hard/soft); relative size and weight (big/little,
    large/small, heavy/light, wide/thin, long/short); and
    position (over/under, in/out, above/below, left/right)
    and speed (fast/slow)
9
                                                             Kindergarten Integration Tracker

                              A                                   B              C              D       E      F
1                Standard of Learning                          Teacher        Method        Teacher   Method
     Sci K.6 The student will investigate and understand
     basic needs and life processes of plants and animals.
     Key concepts include living things change as they
     grow, and they need food, water, and air to survive;
     plants and animals live and die (go through a life
     cycle); and offspring of plants and animals are
     similar but not identical to their parents and to one
     another.

10
   Sci K.8 The student will investigate and understand
   simple patterns in his/her daily life. Key concepts
   include weather observations; the shapes and forms
   of many common natural objects including seeds,
   cones, and leaves; animal and plant growth; and
11 home and sch
                                                             Kindergarten Integration Tracker

                              A                                   G              H              I   J   K
1               Standard of Learning
    Eng K.1 The student will demonstrate growth in the
    use of oral language. Listen to a variety of literary
    forms, including stories and poems. Participate in
    choral speaking and recite short poems, rhymes,
    songs, and stories with repeated patterns. Participate
    in creative dramatics. Begin to discriminate between
    spoken sentences, words, and syllables. Recognize
    rhyming words. Generate rhyming words in a
    rhyming pattern.
2
    Eng K.5 The student will understand how print is
    organized and read. Hold print materials in the
    correct position. Identify the front cover, back
    cover, and title page of a book. Follow words from
    left to right and from top to bottom on a printed
    page. Match voice with print: syllables, words, and
    phrases.
3
    Eng K.8 The student will demonstrate
    comprehension of fiction and nonfiction. Use
    pictures to make predictions about content. Retell
    familiar stories, using beginning, middle, and end.
    Discuss characters, setting, and events. Use story
    language in discussions and retellings. Identify what
    an author does and what an illustrator does. Identify
    the topics of nonfiction selections.
4
5
                                                             Kindergarten Integration Tracker

                              A                                   G              H              I   J   K
1                Standard of Learning
    Math K.17 The student will sort and classify
    objects according to similar attributes (size, shape,
    and color).
6
    Math K.18 The student will identify, describe, and
    extend a repeating relationship (pattern) found in
    common objects, sounds, and movements.
7
    HSS K.2 The student will describe everyday life in
    the present and in the past and begin to recognize
    that things change over time.
8
    Sci K.4 The student will investigate and understand
    that the position, motion, and physical properties of
    an object can be described. Key concepts include
    colors (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple),
    white, and black; shapes (circle, triangle, square,
    and rectangle) and forms (flexible/stiff,
    straight/curved); textures (rough/smooth) and feel
    (hard/soft); relative size and weight (big/little,
    large/small, heavy/light, wide/thin, long/short); and
    position (over/under, in/out, above/below, left/right)
    and speed (fast/slow)
9
                                                             Kindergarten Integration Tracker

                              A                                   G              H              I   J   K
1                Standard of Learning
     Sci K.6 The student will investigate and understand
     basic needs and life processes of plants and animals.
     Key concepts include living things change as they
     grow, and they need food, water, and air to survive;
     plants and animals live and die (go through a life
     cycle); and offspring of plants and animals are
     similar but not identical to their parents and to one
     another.

10
   Sci K.8 The student will investigate and understand
   simple patterns in his/her daily life. Key concepts
   include weather observations; the shapes and forms
   of many common natural objects including seeds,
   cones, and leaves; animal and plant growth; and
11 home and sch
                                                             Kindergarten Integration Tracker

                              A                                   L              M              N       O        P
1               Standard of Learning                           HSS K.1        Method        HSS K.2   Method   Sci K.4
    Eng K.1 The student will demonstrate growth in the
    use of oral language. Listen to a variety of literary
    forms, including stories and poems. Participate in
    choral speaking and recite short poems, rhymes,
    songs, and stories with repeated patterns. Participate
    in creative dramatics. Begin to discriminate between
    spoken sentences, words, and syllables. Recognize
    rhyming words. Generate rhyming words in a
    rhyming pattern.
2
    Eng K.5 The student will understand how print is
    organized and read. Hold print materials in the
    correct position. Identify the front cover, back
    cover, and title page of a book. Follow words from
    left to right and from top to bottom on a printed
    page. Match voice with print: syllables, words, and
    phrases.
3
    Eng K.8 The student will demonstrate
    comprehension of fiction and nonfiction. Use
    pictures to make predictions about content. Retell
    familiar stories, using beginning, middle, and end.
    Discuss characters, setting, and events. Use story
    language in discussions and retellings. Identify what
    an author does and what an illustrator does. Identify
    the topics of nonfiction selections.
4
5
                                                             Kindergarten Integration Tracker

                              A                                   L              M              N       O        P
1                Standard of Learning                          HSS K.1        Method        HSS K.2   Method   Sci K.4
    Math K.17 The student will sort and classify
    objects according to similar attributes (size, shape,
    and color).
6
    Math K.18 The student will identify, describe, and
    extend a repeating relationship (pattern) found in
    common objects, sounds, and movements.
7
    HSS K.2 The student will describe everyday life in
    the present and in the past and begin to recognize
    that things change over time.
8
    Sci K.4 The student will investigate and understand
    that the position, motion, and physical properties of
    an object can be described. Key concepts include
    colors (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple),
    white, and black; shapes (circle, triangle, square,
    and rectangle) and forms (flexible/stiff,
    straight/curved); textures (rough/smooth) and feel
    (hard/soft); relative size and weight (big/little,
    large/small, heavy/light, wide/thin, long/short); and
    position (over/under, in/out, above/below, left/right)
    and speed (fast/slow)
9
                                                             Kindergarten Integration Tracker

                              A                                   L              M              N       O        P
1                Standard of Learning                          HSS K.1        Method        HSS K.2   Method   Sci K.4
     Sci K.6 The student will investigate and understand
     basic needs and life processes of plants and animals.
     Key concepts include living things change as they
     grow, and they need food, water, and air to survive;
     plants and animals live and die (go through a life
     cycle); and offspring of plants and animals are
     similar but not identical to their parents and to one
     another.

10
   Sci K.8 The student will investigate and understand
   simple patterns in his/her daily life. Key concepts
   include weather observations; the shapes and forms
   of many common natural objects including seeds,
   cones, and leaves; animal and plant growth; and
11 home and sch
                                                             Kindergarten Integration Tracker

                              A                                   Q              R                S         T        U
1               Standard of Learning                           Method         Sci K.9           Method   Sci K.6   Method
    Eng K.1 The student will demonstrate growth in the
    use of oral language. Listen to a variety of literary
    forms, including stories and poems. Participate in
    choral speaking and recite short poems, rhymes,
    songs, and stories with repeated patterns. Participate
    in creative dramatics. Begin to discriminate between
    spoken sentences, words, and syllables. Recognize
    rhyming words. Generate rhyming words in a
    rhyming pattern.
2
    Eng K.5 The student will understand how print is
    organized and read. Hold print materials in the
    correct position. Identify the front cover, back
    cover, and title page of a book. Follow words from
    left to right and from top to bottom on a printed
    page. Match voice with print: syllables, words, and
    phrases.
3
    Eng K.8 The student will demonstrate
    comprehension of fiction and nonfiction. Use
    pictures to make predictions about content. Retell
    familiar stories, using beginning, middle, and end.
    Discuss characters, setting, and events. Use story
    language in discussions and retellings. Identify what
    an author does and what an illustrator does. Identify
    the topics of nonfiction selections.
4
5
                                                             Kindergarten Integration Tracker

                              A                                   Q              R                S         T        U
1                Standard of Learning                          Method         Sci K.9           Method   Sci K.6   Method
    Math K.17 The student will sort and classify
    objects according to similar attributes (size, shape,
    and color).
6
    Math K.18 The student will identify, describe, and
    extend a repeating relationship (pattern) found in
    common objects, sounds, and movements.
7
    HSS K.2 The student will describe everyday life in
    the present and in the past and begin to recognize
    that things change over time.
8
    Sci K.4 The student will investigate and understand
    that the position, motion, and physical properties of
    an object can be described. Key concepts include
    colors (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple),
    white, and black; shapes (circle, triangle, square,
    and rectangle) and forms (flexible/stiff,
    straight/curved); textures (rough/smooth) and feel
    (hard/soft); relative size and weight (big/little,
    large/small, heavy/light, wide/thin, long/short); and
    position (over/under, in/out, above/below, left/right)
    and speed (fast/slow)
9
                                                             Kindergarten Integration Tracker

                              A                                   Q              R                S         T        U
1                Standard of Learning                          Method         Sci K.9           Method   Sci K.6   Method
     Sci K.6 The student will investigate and understand
     basic needs and life processes of plants and animals.
     Key concepts include living things change as they
     grow, and they need food, water, and air to survive;
     plants and animals live and die (go through a life
     cycle); and offspring of plants and animals are
     similar but not identical to their parents and to one
     another.

10
   Sci K.8 The student will investigate and understand
   simple patterns in his/her daily life. Key concepts
   include weather observations; the shapes and forms
   of many common natural objects including seeds,
   cones, and leaves; animal and plant growth; and
11 home and sch
                                                       Kindergarten Integration Tracker

                               A                                 B             C            D         E         F
     National Information Literacy Standard
1                                                            Teacher        Subject       Method   Teacher   Subject
     NILS 1 The student who is information literate
2    assesses information efficiently and effectively.
     NILS 2 The student who is information literate
3    evaluates information critically and competently.
     NILS 3 The student who is information literate uses
4    information effectively and creatively.
     NILS 4 The student who is an independent learner is
     information literate and pursues information related
5    to personal interests.
     NILS 5 The student who is an independent learner is
     information literate and appreciates literature and
6    other creative expressions of information.
     NILS 6 The student who is an independent learner is
     information literate and strives for excellence in
7    information seeking and knowledge generation.
     NILS 7 The student who contributes positively to the
     learning environment and to society is information
     literate and recognizes the importance of information
8    to a democratic society.
     NILS 8 The student who contributes positively to the
     learning community and to society is information
     literate and practices ethical behavior in regard to
9    information and information technology.
     NILS 9 he student who contributes positively to the
     learning community and to society is information
     literate and participates effectively in groups to
10   pursue and generate information.
                                                       Kindergarten Integration Tracker

                               A                                G
     National Information Literacy Standard
1                                                            Method
     NILS 1 The student who is information literate
2    assesses information efficiently and effectively.
     NILS 2 The student who is information literate
3    evaluates information critically and competently.
     NILS 3 The student who is information literate uses
4    information effectively and creatively.
     NILS 4 The student who is an independent learner is
     information literate and pursues information related
5    to personal interests.
     NILS 5 The student who is an independent learner is
     information literate and appreciates literature and
6    other creative expressions of information.
     NILS 6 The student who is an independent learner is
     information literate and strives for excellence in
7    information seeking and knowledge generation.
     NILS 7 The student who contributes positively to the
     learning environment and to society is information
     literate and recognizes the importance of information
8    to a democratic society.
     NILS 8 The student who contributes positively to the
     learning community and to society is information
     literate and practices ethical behavior in regard to
9    information and information technology.
     NILS 9 he student who contributes positively to the
     learning community and to society is information
     literate and participates effectively in groups to
10   pursue and generate information.
                                                        Kindergarten Integration Tracker

                               A                                  B             C            D
1   Computer Technology SOL                                   Teacher        Method        Teacher
    C/T K-2.1 The student will demonstrate knowledge
    of the nature and operation of technology systems.
    Identify the computer as a machine that helps people
    at school, work, and play. Use technology to
    demonstrate the ability to perform a variety of tasks;
    among them turning on and off a computer, starting
    and closing programs, saving work, creating folders,
    using pull-down menus, closing windows, dragging
2   objects, and responding to commands.
    C/T K-2.2 The student will demonstrate proficiency
    in the use of technology. Demonstrate the use of
    mouse, keyboard, printer, multimedia devices, and
    earphones. Use multimedia resources such as
    interactive books and software with graphical
3   interfaces.
    C/T K-2.3 The student will practice responsible use
    of technology systems, information, and software.
    Know the school’s rules for using computers.
    Understand the importance of protecting personal
    information or passwords. Understand the basic
4   principles of the ownership of ideas.
    C/T K-2.4 The student will use technology
    responsibly. Demonstrate respect for the rights of
    others while using computers. Understand the
5   responsible use of equipment and resources.
                                                   Kindergarten Integration Tracker

                            A                                B             C            D
1   Computer Technology SOL                              Teacher        Method        Teacher
  C/T K-2.5 The student will use technology to locate,
  evaluate, and collect information from a variety of
  sources. Identify information in various formats.
6 Identify available sources of information.
  C/T K-2.6 The student will use technology resources
  for solving problems and making informed decisions.
  Recognize that technology can be used to solve
  problems and make informed decisions. Identify and
7 select technologies to address problems.
  C/T K-2.7 The student will use a variety of media
  and formats to communicate information and ideas
  effectively to multiple audiences. Identify the best
  tool to communicate information. Use technology
  tools for individual writing, communication, and
  publishing activities. Demonstrate the ability to
8 create, save, retrieve, and print document.

				
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