Kindergarten Print Concepts

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This is a presentation I created to explain the Concepts of Print to Kindergarten parents at our school's Literacy Night. Parents said it was very helpful!

This is a presentation I created to explain the Concepts of Print to Kindergarten parents at our school's Literacy Night. Parents said it was very helpful!

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  • I was wondering if I could put a link to this on my school wiki site? I love how it shows parents exactly what we are looking for in a clear, concise manner.
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  • Hi Jennifer, you presentation is wonderful!! I really like how your assessment sheet is set up! Is there anyway of sharing this form in a PDF? If so, my email is kslater@denisoncsd.org
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  • Can't wait to show this to parents at my family reading night. I don't think our kindergarten parents have any idea of what is expected adn this is an excellent model for them
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  • 1. Kindergarten Print Concepts presented by Jennifer Jones Lake Myra ElementaryLiteracy Night & Parent PAC Meeting November 3, 2011
  • 2. By the end of the 1 st Quarter…. All Kindergartenstudents should be able to point to…..
  • 3. Front of the book
  • 4. Back of the book
  • 5. The title
  • 6. Print carries message
  • 7. Where to begin reading
  • 8. The direction to read
  • 9. One letter
  • 10. Two letters
  • 11. By the end of the 2nd Quarter…. All Kindergartenstudents should be able to point to…..
  • 12. Where to go at the end of a line
  • 13. n b rName three letters on a page
  • 14. One word
  • 15. Two words
  • 16. First letter in a word
  • 17. Last letter in a word
  • 18. A capital letter
  • 19. Any of these.A lower case letter
  • 20. A period
  • 21. One to one correspondence
  • 22. By the end of the 3rd Quarter…. All Kindergartenstudents should be able to point to…..
  • 23. First word of a sentence
  • 24. Last word of a sentence
  • 25. Name of the author
  • 26. By the end of the 4th Quarter…. All Kindergartenstudents should be able to point to…..
  • 27. A question mark (?)
  • 28. A sentence
  • 29. ReferencesDabcovich, L. (1988). Busy beavers. New York, NY: Scholastic. THANK YOU! Jennifer JonesLake Myra Elementary, K-2 IRTwww.helloliteracy.blogspot.com jjones2@wcpss.net