Kindergarten children should be able to:

  • Be curious.
  • Follow directions.
  • Master and complete tasks.
  • Increase one’s attention span.
  • Remember events and information.
  • Share knowledge.
  • Follow multi-step directions.
  • Demonstrate interest in a subject matter.
  • Ask or answer questions on task.
  • Make discoveries.
  • Remember events and information.
  • Begin to think abstractly.
  • Begin to problem solve.
  • Think about cause and effect.
  • Apply prior knowledge to a new context.
  • Be respectful of rules and behavior.
  • Develop flexible thinking.