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Skills available for Indiana pre-K language arts standards

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ELA1 Early learners develop foundational skills to communicate effectively for a variety of purposes.

ELA2 Early learners develop foundational skills in understanding alphabet awareness, phonological awareness, concepts of print, and comprehension.

ELA3 Early learners develop foundational skills in mechanics of writing, ability to tell a story, and write for a variety of purposes.

  • ELA3.1 Demonstrate mechanics of writing

    • ELA3.1.1 Create letter like shapes, symbols, letters, and words with modeling and support

    • ELA3.1.2 Copy more complex lines, shapes, and some letters

    • ELA3.1.3 Use writing tools

  • ELA3.2 Demonstrate ability to communicate a story

    • ELA3.2.1 Create writing with the intent of communicating

    • ELA3.2.2 Dictate a story that demonstrates simple details and narrative structure

    • ELA3.2.3 Use letters, symbols, and words to share an idea with someone

    • ELA3.2.4 Use writing to label drawings