Reading Oral Checks

Single sounds should be sounded out as short as possible (m should be "mm" not "muh" etc). The chart can be read as A, apple, "ah," etc, or just reading the letter sound for more advanced students.

5A sound chart (main focus for 5A 1-110)

Blends should be read as one sound (bl should be "bl" not "b" "l").  Students should be trying to remember the single sound of the blend (What sound does bl together make?). The chart can be read as block, "bl," clock, "cl," or just reading the sound combinations for advanced students. 

up to 4A120

up to 4A160

up to 3A50

up to 3A60

up to 2A60

Math Oral Checks

6A all: numbers up to 10

5A all: numbers up to 30

1. Count/Read numbers in order

2. Reading/Recognizing numbers out of order 

4A all: numbers up to 50

1. Count/Read numbers in order

2. Reading/Recognizing numbers out of order 

3. ADVANCED: Number patterns I (by tens, evens, odds)

4. ADVANCED: Number patterns II (by tens starting from any number: 2, 12, 22, 32...)

4A 90 and above: dot patterns 1, dot patterns 2

Students should try to recognize the dot patterns without counting.  They can count if needed to learn the patterns.

3A 71 and above/2A all: addition tables

A 81 and above: subtraction tables 

C all: multiplication tables

C 111 and above: division tables

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