Colors and Shapes* Copies shapes.
Numbers* Counts orally through 10. (can but likes to start at 5)
* Counts objects in one-to-one correspondence. (can for 3 or 4, then goes out of order)
Reading Readiness* Pronounces own last name (gives it when prompted - not yet)
* Tells the meaning of words heard in story (not sure, he does ask what unfamiliar words mean)
* Identifies own first name in manuscript.
* Prints own first name.
* Knows age and birthday.
Motor Skills* Is able to alternate feet walking down stairs (up yes, down not sure).
* Is able to march (not sure but I think so)
* Is able to stand on one foot for 5-10 seconds.
* Able to button a garment.
* Draws and colors beyond a simple scribble.
* Controls pencil and crayon well.
* Cuts simple shapes.
* Handles scissors well.
* Able to copy simple shapes.
Social-Emotional Development* Can be away from parents or primary care givers for 2-3 hours without being upset (not sure, never tried)
* Takes care of toilet needs independently (can, doesn't always choose to)
* Is not afraid to go to school (not sure)
* Knows full name.
* Dresses self (can undress completely, putting shirt and socks on still hard)
* Crosses residential street safely (not alone)
* Asks to go to school.
* Knows parents' names (first yes, last no)
* Knows home address.
* Knows home phone number.
* Enters into casual conversation (at times)
* Maintains self-control.
* Gets along well with other children (at times)
* Plays with other children (at times)
* Recognizes authority (at times)
* Shares with others (at times)
* Talks easily.
* Likes teachers.
* Meets visitors without shyness.
* Able to stay on task.
* Able to work independently.
I also found this list - 71 Things Your Child Needs to Know Before Kindergarten - and we still have quite a ways to go, but there is plenty of time. My "baby" is just 36 months old. :)