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Printable Kindergarten Report Card

Stacy Zeiger
Report card

Chances are, if you are homeschooling a kindergartner, you will need printable kindergarten report cards for your records. Some states even require that a record be kept of the work your child has done, so getting in the habit of keeping reports is an excellent idea. A report card will help you keep track of what skills your child has mastered and the date those skills were mastered.

Skills for Kindergarten

A typical kindergartner should master the following skills during the year. They should be included on the report card you use to make sure you do not miss any of the skills.

  • Print Your Own: The following chart can be found in printable format here. If you need help downloading the printable, check out these helpful tips.

Reading

  • Construct visual images while reading
  • Know alphabet letters and sounds
  • Read 50 sight words
  • Clap out syllables in words
  • Identify characters and setting in a story
  • Make and repeat rhyming words
  • Sound out consonant-vowel-consonant words
  • Follow words from left to right and top to bottom
  • Recite familiar stories and poems
  • Paraphrase and summarize stories

Writing/Communication

  • Name and use basic end punctuation
  • Print upper a lowercase letters
  • Practice correct pencil grip
  • Dictate or write about ideas and experiences
  • Use basic capitalization
  • Use noun/pronoun agreement
  • Use subject/verb agreement
  • Use prepositions correctly while speaking
  • Form regular plural nouns orally
  • Use question words

Math

  • Recognize digits 0 to 9
  • Write numbers from 0 to 20
  • Count to 100
  • Count by 2, 5 and 10
  • Identify ordinal position of objects - first, second, third, fourth, etc.
  • Use a number line
  • Identify basic coins
  • Describe and sort geometric figures
  • Compare, describe and order objects by size
  • Describe and compare data on bar and picture graphs

Science/Health

  • Describe objects observed in nature
  • Describe differences in animal and plant habitats
  • Identify how objects move
  • Describe the effects of magnets
  • Collect data and record the results on graphs
  • Compare objects based on measurement
  • Conduct simple experiments
  • Classify objects
  • Examine life cycles of plants and animals
  • Name major body parts

Social Studies

  • Describe common American holidays
  • Identify common symbols and their meaning
  • Describe family roles
  • Identify oceans and continents on a map
  • Identify basic features on globes and maps
  • Understand that money is used to purchase goods and services
  • Describe different land forms
  • Describe common community jobs
  • Create simple timelines
  • Describe farm-to-table processes for foods

Extracurricular (Art, Music, P.E.)

  • Create and describe works of art
  • React to pieces of art
  • Use colors, lines, textures and shapes in art
  • Describe colors, line, textures and shapes in art
  • Compare pieces of music
  • Move to the tempo of a piece of music
  • Follow a basic rhythm with percussion instruments
  • Demonstrate multiple locomotive skills
  • Roll, throw and bounce different sizes of balls
  • Demonstrate good sportsmanship

Keeping Records for a Report Card

When you start homeschooling, use the link to the pdf above and print your own. Then insert it into a binder. Every couple weeks, go through and check off what you have done with your child. Make a habit early on in your homeschooling journey of updating records regularly. This way, it will not be a Herculean task when your child gets older.

Printable Kindergarten Report Card