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Delaware Early Learning Foundations The Creative Curriculum for Preschool Creative Curriculum Goals Objectives and Developmental Steps. LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT,Developmental Area LANGUAGE,Prior to entering kindergarten parents and. programs will provide learning experiences,for children that allow them to. Communicate so that they will be understood Chapter 1 Language Development p 22 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Listening and Speaking. by peers and adults Chapter 2 Large Group Time pp 84 85 Small 39 Expresses self using words and expanded sentences. Group Time p 86 I Uses simple sentences 3 4 words to express wants and needs. Chapter 4 Interacting With Children to Promote II Uses longer sentences 5 6 words to communicate. Learning pp 175 178 III Uses more complex sentences to express ideas and feelings. Section in all Interest Area chapters Interacting With. When speaking show an attempt to use Children in the Area There are no Creative Curriculum objectives that align directly with. volume appropriate to the situation this item, Communicate using multiple word phrases to Chapter 3 Increased Vocabulary and Language pp LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Listening and Speaking. respond to questions describe ideas and 126 127 132 39 Expresses self using words and expanded sentences. express feelings needs and wants Sections in all Interest Area chapters How I Uses simple sentences 3 4 words to express wants and needs. Promotes Development Language Development II Uses longer sentences 5 6 words to communicate. Connecting With Curriculum Objectives III Uses more complex sentences to express ideas and feelings. Language Development, Use language to enter into a play situation Chapter 2 Helping Children to Make Friends pp SOCIAL EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT Prosocial Behavior. 105 106 Classroom Strategies That Support 10 Plays well with other children. Friendships pp 107 108 I Works plays cooperatively with one other child. II Successfully enters a group and plays cooperatively. III Maintains an ongoing friendship with at least one other child. LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Listening and Speaking,43 Actively participates in conversations.
I Responds to comments and questions from others, II Responds to others comments in a series of exchanges. III Initiates and or extends conversations for at least four. Alignment 2004 by Teaching Strategies Inc www TeachingStrategies com 800 637 3652 2. Delaware Early Learning Foundations The Creative Curriculum for Preschool Creative Curriculum Goals Objectives and Developmental Steps. Engage in conversation by making statements Section in all Interest Area chapters Interacting With LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Listening and Speaking. or asking questions Children in the Area 42 Asks questions. Sections in all Interest Area chapters How I Asks simple questions. Promotes Development Language Development II Asks questions to further understanding. Connecting With Curriculum Objectives III Asks increasingly complex questions to further own. Language Development understanding,43 Actively participates in conversations. I Responds to comments and questions from others, II Responds to others comments in a series of exchanges. III Initiates and or extends conversations for at least four. Make up and or retell stories and describe Chapter 2 Large Group Time pp 84 85 Small LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Listening and Speaking. experiences Group Time p 86 39 Expresses self using words and expanded sentences. Chapter 10 Retelling Stories With Children p 373 I Uses simple sentences 3 4 words to express wants and needs. II Uses longer sentences 5 6 words to communicate, III Uses more complex sentences to express ideas and feelings. LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Reading and Writing, 48 Comprehends and interprets meaning from books and other texts.
I Imitates act of reading in play, II Compares and predicts story events acts out main events of a. familiar story, III Retells a story including many details and draws connections. between story events, Respond to their names requests for action Chapter 2 Taking Attendance pp 82 83 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Listening and Speaking. or information Chapter 4 Teacher Directed Learning pp 174 175 41 Answers questions. Section in all Interest Area chapters Interacting With I Answers simple questions with one or two words. Children in the Area II Answers questions with a complete thought. III Answers questions with details, Demonstrate understanding of messages in Chapter 2 Creating a Classroom Community pp LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Listening and Speaking. conversation by listening and responding 102 122 43 Actively participates in conversations. appropriately Section in all Interest Area chapters Interacting With I Responds to comments and questions from others. Children in the Area II Responds to others comments in a series of exchanges. III Initiates and or extends conversations for at least four. Alignment 2004 by Teaching Strategies Inc www TeachingStrategies com 800 637 3652 3. Delaware Early Learning Foundations The Creative Curriculum for Preschool Creative Curriculum Goals Objectives and Developmental Steps. Show interest in playing with language Chapter 3 Phonological Awareness p 128 132 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Listening and Speaking. Chapter 10 Library pp 351 379 38 Hears and discriminates the sounds of language. Begin to develop familiarity with listening to I Plays with words sounds and rhymes. identifying recognizing and discriminating II Recognizes and invents rhymes and repetitive phrases notices. sounds in words words that begin the same way, III Hears and repeats separate sounds in words plays with sounds.
to create new words, Follow two or three step directions Chapter 2 Transition Times pp 88 89 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Listening and Speaking. Section in all Interest Area chapters Interacting With 40 Understands and follows oral directions. Children in the Area I Follows one step directions. II Follows two step directions,III Follows directions with more than two steps. Developmental Area LITERACY, Show an interest in books and or engage in Chapter 3 Understanding Books and Other Texts LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Reading and Writing. reading related activities pp 130 131 133 Literacy as a Source of 44 Enjoys and values reading. Enjoyment p 131 133 I Listens to stories being read. Chapter 10 Library pp 351 379 II Participates in story time interactively. III Chooses to read on own seeks information in books sees self. 48 Comprehends and interprets meaning from books and other texts. I Imitates act of reading in play, II Compares and predicts story events acts out main events of a. familiar story, III Retells a story including many details and draws connections.
between story events, Listen with interest to a story Chapter 3 Literacy as a Source of Enjoyment p 131 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Reading and Writing. 133 44 Enjoys and values reading, Chapter 10 Library pp 351 379 I Listens to stories being read. II Participates in story time interactively, III Chooses to read on own seeks information in books sees self. Hold a book upright turn pages from the Chapter 3 Knowledge of Print p 128 132 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Reading and Writing. front of the book to the back and scan pages Chapter 10 Library pp 351 379 especially Skills 45 Demonstrates understanding of print concepts. for Engaging With Books pp 365 366 I Knows that print carries the message. II Shows general knowledge of how print works, III Knows each spoken word can be written down and read. Alignment 2004 by Teaching Strategies Inc www TeachingStrategies com 800 637 3652 4. Delaware Early Learning Foundations The Creative Curriculum for Preschool Creative Curriculum Goals Objectives and Developmental Steps. Recognize common sounds at the beginning Chapter 3 Phonological Awareness p 128 132 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Listening and Speaking. of words 38 Hears and discriminates the sounds of language. I Plays with words sounds and rhymes, II Recognizes and invents rhymes and repetitive phrases notices.
words that begin the same way, III Hears and repeats separate sounds in words plays with sounds. to create new words, Show increasing awareness of print familiar Chapter 3 Knowledge of Print p 128 132 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Reading and Writing. signs and labels Understanding Books and Other Texts pp 130 45 Demonstrates understanding of print concepts. 131 133 I Knows that print carries the message, Section in all Interest Area chapters What Children II Shows general knowledge of how print works. Learn in the Area Literacy III Knows each spoken word can be written down and read. 47 Uses emerging reading skills to make meaning from print. I Uses illustrations to guess what the text says, II Makes judgments about words and text by noticing features. other than letters or words, III Uses different strategies known words knowledge of letters.
and sounds patterns in text to make meaning from print. Use scribbles symbols or drawings to Chapter 3 Visual Arts p 154 155 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Reading and Writing. express experiences through pictures Chapter 9 Stages in Painting and Drawing pp 337 49 Understands the purpose of writing. dictation and play 338 I Imitates act of writing in play. Chapter 10 Developmental Steps in Writing pp II Understands there is a way to write that conveys meaning. 367 369 III Writes to convey meaning, Section in all Interest Area chapters What Children 50 Writes letters and words. Learn in the Area Literacy I Uses scribble writing and letter like forms. Section in all Interest Area chapters What Children II Writes recognizable letters especially those in own name. Learn in the Area The Arts III Uses letters that represent sounds in writing words. Chapter 10 Developmental Steps in Writing pp, Experiment with a variety of writing tools 367 369 PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT Fine Motor. and materials 21 Uses tools for writing and drawing. I Holds a marker or crayon with thumb and two fingers makes. simple strokes, II Makes several basic strokes or figures draws some recognizable. III Copies and draws simple shapes letters and words including. Alignment 2004 by Teaching Strategies Inc www TeachingStrategies com 800 637 3652 5. Delaware Early Learning Foundations The Creative Curriculum for Preschool Creative Curriculum Goals Objectives and Developmental Steps. Begin to recognize name or identify some Chapter 3 Letters and Words p 129 133 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Reading and Writing. letters of the alphabet 46 Demonstrates knowledge of the alphabet. I Recognizes and identifies a few letters by name,II Recognizes and names many letters. III Beginning to make letter sound connections, Recognize their first name in print written Chapter 3 Letters and Words p 129 133 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Reading and Writing.
with the first letter in upper case letter Chapter 10 Developmental Steps in Writing pp 50 Writes letters and words. followed by lower case letters 367 369 I Uses scribble writing and letter like forms. II Writes recognizable letters especially those in own name. Become aware that there are differences in III Uses letters that represent sounds in writing words. upper and lower case letters,Begin to write the letters of their first name. Begin to answer questions related to a story Chapter 3 Comprehension pp 129 130 133 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Listening and Speaking. that has been read or told to him her Chapter 10 Library pp 351 379 41 Answers questions. I Answers simple questions with one or two words,II Answers questions with a complete thought. III Answers questions with details,LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Reading and Writing. 48 Comprehends and interprets meaning from books and other texts. I Imitates act of reading in play, II Compares and predicts story events acts out main events of a. familiar story, III Retells a story including many details and draws connections.
between story events, Alignment 2004 by Teaching Strategies Inc www TeachingStrategies com 800 637 3652 6. Delaware Early Learning Foundations The Creative Curriculum for Preschool Creative Curriculum Goals Objectives and Developmental Steps. MATHEMATICS,Developmental Area Number and,Operations. Begin to develop an awareness of numbers Chapter 3 Number Concepts pp 134 135 140 COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT Logical Thinking. and counting as a means for understanding Chapter 8 Toys and Games pp 295 315 34 Uses numbers and counting. quantity Section in all Interest Area chapters What Children I Imitates counting behavior using number names may not always. Learn in the Area Mathematics say one number per item or get the sequence right. Develop the ability to count in sequence and II Counts correctly up to 5 or so using one number for each object. recognize numerals 0 to 10 may not always keep track of what has or has not been counted. III Counts to 10 or so connecting number words and symbols to. the objects counted and knows that the last number describes the. Begin to make use of one to one Chapter 3 Number Concepts pp 134 135 140 COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT Logical Thinking. correspondence when counting objects Chapter 8 Toys and Games pp 295 315 33 Uses one to one correspondence. I Matches pairs of objects in one to one correspondence. II Places objects in one to one correspondence with another set. III Uses one to one correspondence as a way to compare two sets. Begin to use language to compare numbers of Chapter 3 Number Concepts pp 134 135 140 COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT Logical Thinking. Alignment of the Delaware Early Learning Foundations for School Success With The Creative Curriculum For Preschool and the Goals and Objectives of The Creative

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