Pennsylvania Early Childhood Learning Continuum Indicators
Pre-K through Grade 2 Indicators
Grade
Standard
Lessons
ClickN READ Phonics Exercise
Grade Pre-K to K

1.1 Learning to Read Independently
  C. Apply knowledge of the structural features of spoken and written language and the use of picture and context clues to derive meaning from text.  
PreK-K • Recognize simple one syllable and high frequency sight words. 11-100
14-100
Sight Words
Spelling Sight Words
PreK-K • Identify words with common beginning and ending sounds. 1-25

80-87
88-96
4-100

Beginning, Middle, Ending letter sounds in words.
Prefixes
Suffixes
Word Recognition Review

PreK-K • Repeat sentences and novel multi-syllable words using phonological memory. 3-100 Story Reading
PreK-K • Recognize that sentences in print are composed of individual words that represent speech. 3-100
50-100
55-100
Story Reading
Making Sentences
Sentence Dictation
PreK-K • Demonstrate understanding that written words represent a sequence of speech sounds. 1-100 All lessons have multiple exercises that introduce, systematically develop and practice this skill  
PreK-K • Segment and blend sequences of isolated speech sounds. 1-100 Word Blending
PreK-K • Demonstrate correspondence between most consonant and short vowel sounds to letter symbols. 1-100
1-100
4-100
Letter Sound - screen selection
Letter Sound - keyboard selection
Letter Sound Review
PreK-K • Use oral segmenting and blending and decode and encode VC and CVC words. 1-100
55-100
4-100
Word Blending
Sentence Dictation
Word Recognition Review

1.2 Reading Critically in All Content Areas
  A. Recall content of informational texts.  
PreK-K • Identify essential information from illustrations or text read. 80-87
88-96

Prefixes
Suffixes

  B. Use a variety of media to gain information (e.g., video, audio, computer-generated structured learning experiences).  
PreK-K • Use electronic media for a particular purpose. 1-100 ClickN READ Phonics is operated independently by the student.

1.5 Quality of Writing
  B. Write words appropriate for a specified topic.  
PreK-K • Write a sentence. 55-100 Sentence Dictation
  C. Organize words into a complete sentence.  
PreK-K • Arrange words in a logical sentence structure. 50-100 Making Sentences
  F. Identify the correct conventions of language in a sentence or sentences (grammar, punctuation).  
PreK-K • Spell phonetically. 14-100
55-100
Spelling Sight Words
Sentence Dictation
PreK-K • Differentiate between upper and lower case letters in books. 1-100 All letters of the alphabet are presented in multiple exercises as both upper and lower case.  
GRADE K to 1

1.1 Learning to Read Independently
  C. Apply knowledge of the structural features of spoken and written language and the use of picture and context clues to derive meaning from text.
K-1 • Read one-syllable and high frequency sight words. 11-100
14-100
4-100
Sight Words
Spelling Sight Words
Word Recognition Review
K-1 • Identify initial, medial and final sounds, including blends and digraphs. 1-25 Beginning, Middle, Ending letter sounds in words.
K-1 • Use knowledge of speech and print to read regular one-syllable words. 3-100 Story Reading
K-1 • Demonstrate correspondence between consonant and short-vowel sounds to letter symbols. 1-100
1-100
4-100
Letter Sound - screen selection
Letter Sound - keyboard selection
Letter Sound Review
K-1 • Segment and blend sequences of sounds to decode words (e.g., blends, digraphs and r control vowels). 1-100
3-100
Word Blending
Story Reading
K-1 • Produce speech sounds associated with all individual letter symbols and letter combinations for digraphs, blends and control vowels. 1-100
1-100
4-100
1-100
Letter Sound - screen selection
Letter Sound - keyboard selection
Letter Sound Review
Word Blending
K-1 • Decode and encode words containing digraphs, consonant blends/clusters, short vowels, silent e and r control vowels. 1-100
11-100
14-100
50-100
55-100
47-59
47-59
Word Blending
Sight Words
Spelling Sight Words
Making Sentences
Sentence Dictation
Silent E Rule
Spelling Silent E Words

1.5 Quality of Writing
  C. Write organized sentences.  
K-1 • Recognize and use the correct word order in written sentences. 50-100
55-100
3-100
Making Sentences
Sentence Dictation
Story Reading
  F. Edit writing for grammar and punctuation.  
K-1 • Spell high-frequency sight words correctly. 14-100 Spelling Sight Words
Grade 1 to 2

1.1 Learning to Read Independently
1-2 C. Apply knowledge of the structural features of spoken and written language and the use of picture and context clues to derive meaning from text.  
1-2 • Read multi-syllable words and high frequency sight words. 11-100
14-100
Sight Words
Spelling Sight Words
1-2 • Use initial, medial, and final sounds to decode unknown words. 1-25 Beginning, Middle, Ending letter sounds in words.
1-2 • Use knowledge of letter-to-sound correspondence and familiar spelling patterns to read unknown words. 50-100
55-100
80-87
88-96
Making Sentences
Sentence Dictation
Prefixes
Suffixes
1-2

• Read compound words, and words with inflectional endings.
( N/A contractions, possessives)

15-100
21-79
3-100
Word Families
Word Endings
Story Reading
1-2 • Use the knowledge of advanced letter/sound correspondence and word structure to decode words. 11-100
14-100
50-100
55-100
47-59
47-59
80-87
88-96
4-100
Sight Words
Spelling Sight Words
Making Sentences
Sentence Dictation
Silent E Rule
Spelling Silent E Words
Prefixes
Suffixes
Word Recognition Review
1-2 • Segment and blend phonetic elements to decode unknown words (e.g., special vowel spellings, word endings, diphthongs). 55-100
80-87
88-96
4-100
Sentence Dictation
Prefixes
Suffixes
Word Recognition Review
1-2 • Produce the sounds that correspond to frequently used vowel diphthongs and digraphs. 1-100
1-100
4-100
Letter Sound - screen selection
Letter Sound - keyboard selection
Letter Sound Review
1-2 • Use phonetic elements to decode and encode unfamiliar words. 50-100
55-100
80-87
88-96
3-100
Making Sentences
Sentence Dictation
Prefixes
Suffixes
Story Reading