1. Reading proficiency.
Assess a child's ability to read simple words and sentences, recognize sight words, and comprehend basic texts.
2. Writing skills.
Evaluate their handwriting, letter formation, and ability to express ideas through writing.
3. Basic math concepts.
Check for understanding of numbers, counting, addition, subtraction, and basic geometric shapes.
4. Social interaction.
Observe how well the child interacts with peers, shares, and follows classroom rules.
5. Fine motor skills.
Assess their ability to hold a pencil, cut with scissors, and perform other tasks that require precise hand movements.
6. Listening and comprehension.
Gauge their ability to listen attentively and understand instructions or stories.
7. Problem-solving abilities.
Determine how they approach and solve simple problems or puzzles.
8. Independence in tasks.
Evaluate their capability to complete tasks like getting dressed, organizing belongings, and following daily routines independently.
9. Classroom behavior.
Observe their behavior in the classroom, including participation, following instructions, and respecting others.
10. Emotional well-being.
Pay attention to their emotional development, including self-regulation, coping with challenges, and expressing feelings appropriately.