PKE1a.20 Use multiple word sentences to describe ideas, feelings, activities, and experiences.
PKE1b Students identify the basic facts and ideas in what they have heard, or seen. In PK, students will use explanatory talk to discuss pictures, name and identify objects in texts, and react to informational text.
PKE1b.1 Locate the title of a book.
PKE1b.2 Request or provide explanations about information in nonfiction texts.
PKE1b.3 Seek information from informational texts.
PKE1b.4 Describe information in simple charts, labels, and photos.
PKE1b.5 Orally or visually represent information using first, next, last sequence.
PKE1c Students respond to a wide variety of children's literature. In PK, students will discuss a wide variety of fiction, such as classic and contemporary stories, poems, folktales, songs, plays, and other genres.
PKE1c.2 Retell favorite stories.
PKE1c.3 Retell or re-enact a simple story using a variety of media. (such as flannel boards, puppets, or dramatic play with props, use drawings or constructions to describe what happened in the story.)
PKE1c.4 Tell a story by looking at the pictures in a text.
PKE1c.5 Identify and talk about characters in a story.
PKE1c.6 Relate events in a book to real-life experiences.