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6.2 Early Literacy
- 6.2.PS Children engage in early reading experiences.
- 6.2.PS.1 expresses an interest and enjoyment in listening to books and attempts to read familiar books (print motivation)
- 6.2.PS.2 displays book handling knowledge by turning the book right side up, turning one page at a time, recognizing familiar books by the cover, pointing to words as they talk about or retell stories using books, and using left to right sweep (print awareness)
- 6.2.PS.3 shows an awareness of print such as pointing to familiar words or letters (print awareness)
- 6.2.PS.4 understands sentences are made of words and words are made of individual letters (concepts of print)
- 6.2.PS.5 understands increasingly and uses a variety of words (vocabulary)
- 6.2.PS.6 shows increasing comprehension of a story through retelling the story and/or recognizing story elements such as the plot or characters (comprehension and story retelling)
- 6.2.PS.7 recognizes increasingly and names more of the letters in their first and last name and letters they see frequently (letter knowledge)
- 6.2.PS.8 recognizes most upper and lower case letters (letter knowledge)
- 6.2.PS.9 produces the sound of some of the letters she or he knows (phonics)
- 6.2.PS.10 identifies words that rhyme from a group of three words: cat, rug, hat (phonological awareness – rhyme)
- 6.2.PS.11 identifies the beginning sound in words, such as identifying two words that start with the same sound (phonological awareness – alliteration)
- 6.2.PS.12 identifies the syllables in his or her name and in familiar objects or words by clapping and segmenting the syllables (phonological awareness – segmenting syllables)
- 6.2.PS.13 blends syllables to identify a word, object, or picture (phonological awareness – blending syllables)