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Kindergarten Learner Behaviors

Kindergarten Social Studies curriculum will focus on behavior and our school community.  Students will use PAWS rules throughout the school. 
P - Practice Kindness
A - Act respectfully
W - Work responsibly
S - Safety 



"A Bug and a Wish"

The kindergarten students learn to problem solve with their peers using their words.   An example might be:

It bugs me when you (negative behavior) and I wish you would (positive behavior.)   It bugs me when you are talking during story time, and I wish you would listen to the story.   











Kindergarten  Learner  Behaviors
M - Meets standard - consistently demonstrates skill or behavior
P - Progressing - demonstrates skill or behavior, but needs                 occasional reminders. 
L - limited progress - seldom demonstrates skill or behavior and      may be an area of concern.
1.  Follows school and classroom rules  Consistently             follows rules and shows respect.
2.  Follows directions promptly    Follows directions /             instructions the first time given, and begins and remains on         task without reminders.   
3.  Demonstrates appropriate work habits  The student     works at appropriate rate, stays on task without reminders,         allows others to remain on task, displays personal best in             work, persistent effort, and organizes belongings. 
4.  Listens and attends appropriately   Does not talk or       interrupt while others are speaking.  Student looks at the           speaker and controls body. 
5. Participates and collaborates in class  The student         shows concern for others, shares, takes turns, and problem         solves.  
6.  Organizes self and materials  The student accepts           consequences, follows classroom routines, cares for                   personal and school property, uses time wisely, and makes           good choices.  
7.  Displays age appropriate behavior.  The student asks       for help when needed, separates easily, and adjusts to new         situations.  The student is willing to try new things.