Match objects one-to-one. (*Is this counting objects?) - yes, have them count a group of 10 objects. They need to show that they are counting each object, so have them point or move objects as they count. They get a 2 if they count them all correctly (at this point - later it would be a group of 20 objects), and a 1 if they can do at least half.

Recognizes, describes, and divides shapes. - that's a lot of skills for one grade! Recognize is easy, just show the shape. Describes - I pick one or two shapes and have them describe or compare them. Divide - I'm not sure about that one. The standard is composing shapes from two or more different shapes. I've never seen it as divide. I guess you need to do all three skills to get a 2?

Sorts and classifies. - give them a pile of objects and ask them to sort and describe how they sorted. Or you can provide the way they must sort (a lower skill IMO than sorting them without a given parameter). Maybe a 2 if they can sort and classify on their own, and a 1 if they need you to give them the way to sort.

Creates patterns. - put out some unifix cubes or other manipulative and have them create 2-3 patterns. If they can just do a simple pattern I'd give them a 1. More complex patterns would be a 2.

Identifies more, less, and equal. - we do this with groups of objects, not numerals. 2 if they can do it all, 1 if they can only do 2/3.

Measures to make comparisons. - they don't need to know how to measure accurately. It's more comparing bigger & smaller, shorter & longer, heavier & lighter, etc.

Adds and subtracts within 10. - The standard does not mean they can solve an equation, but that they can do it with objects, pictures, or equations. They need to understand the concept, not know math facts.

Solves problems using pictures and objects. - give them a simple word problem and see if/how they solve it. They get a 2 if they can solve it correctly, a 1 if they use strategies but mess something up.

The only things I would be grading at this time are matching objects one to one and creates patterns. We have introduced some of the rest but have not taught it to where we expect mastery, and some things haven't been introduced at all. I would just put an NA on things you haven't taught, or leave them blank.

The hard thing with kinders is 90% of the report card assessments need to be given one on one to actually see if they can do it. Group tests are pretty much worthless. It's very time consuming!