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- Know some basic rules of grammar (such as correctly using “me” and “I”).
- Understand that alphabet letters are a special kind of picture and that they have names. Begin to identify individual letters of the alphabet (or characters of the home language) in text.
- Understand which symbols are letters and which are numbers.
- Identify three or more letters with their sound at the beginning of a word (such as “day,” “dog” and “David” all begin with “d”).
- Recognize some signs and symbols in the classroom and community (such as a Stop sign), and use them for information.
- Begin to recite some words in familiar books from memory.
- Know that print has meaning.
- Recognize own name in print.
- Begin to understand the order in which a page is read (for example, English is read from left to right and top to bottom).
- Tell you what is going to happen next in a story. Make up an ending.
- Identify a variety of printed material (such as books, newspapers, magazines, cereal boxes).
- Use actions to show ideas from stories, signs, pictures, etc.
- Retell more complicated, familiar stories from memory.