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Kindergarten Readiness

I would help the children in my care get ready for school and ready to learn!

My goal is to use high-quality resources to prepare allĀ  children in my care for success in preschool and kindergarten. While there's no perfect formula that determines when children are truly ready for kindergarten, I use this following checklist to see how well the child is doing in acquiring the skills. I take note of all the skills mastered by the child and document it, then recheck every month to see what additional skills the child can accomplish easily.

Since children are young and they change so fast -- if they can't do something this week, they may be able to do it a few weeks later.

I have compiled a List that I use to monitor the readiness of a child and properly report and document the same to every parent. I discuss the progress made by the child on weekly basis.

If a child has acquired most of the skills on my readiness checklist and will be at least four years old at the start of the summer before he or she starts kindergarten, the child is probably ready for kindergarten. What teachers want to see on the first day of school are children who are healthy, mature, capable, and eager to learn.