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Skills available for Alabama pre-K language arts standards

Standards are in black and IXL language arts skills are in dark green. Hold your mouse over the name of a skill to view a sample question. Click on the name of a skill to practice that skill.

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1 Children will develop listening comprehension skills (receptive language).

2 Children will develop phonological awareness skills to discriminate the sounds of language.

3 Children will develop an understanding of new vocabulary.

4 Children will develop speaking skills for the purpose of communication (expressive language).

  • LL.P.4.1 Express wants and needs.

  • LL.P.4.2 Respond to questions.

  • LL.P.4.3 Engage in conversations with peers and adults.

  • LL.P.4.4 Increase length and grammatical complexity of sentences.

  • LL.P.4.5 Participate in classroom activities that are repetitive in nature such as songs, rhymes, and finger plays.

  • LL.P.4.6 Engage in storytelling and pretend play, using oral language.

  • LL.P.4.7 Show progress in speaking English (for non-English speaking children).

5 Children will develop age-appropriate writing skills.

6 Children will develop knowledge about the various uses of print and characteristics of written language (concepts about print).

7 Children will develop alphabet knowledge.