Free Printable Kindergarten Readiness Checklist for Parents
When my first son was approaching Kindergarten, I emailed the Director of Elementary Education in our school district to ask about Kindergarten assessments and Kindergarten readiness. We were doing a lot of preschool activities at home together, but I wanted to make sure that I was on the track with what I was teaching him.
Kindergarten Readiness Overview
She was so sweet and emailed me back within the hour! Thankfully she gave me an overview of what they would assess for Kindergarten readiness:
- letter identification
- first sound identification
- number identification (in order and out of sequence)
- shape identification
- fine motor skills (writing his name)
- social interaction
- listening to a story
In addition to this info, and expressing excitement over us being a part of the district, she also attached a wonderful Kindergarten Readiness Checklist from United Way! Be sure to scroll down to learn more about our education options collection, and our back to school collection. Both of these collections can benefit families with students as they explore many additional free resources from both mothers and industry experts.
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This collection is created to shed light and answer questions surrounding different types of schooling and education. We are not trying to compare, but rather give you insight into the differences. Each family will need to make their own decision regarding what works best for their child and family. There are no “right” answers. It is an individual decision that needs to be made based on your student’s individual needs, learning style, abilities, and resources.
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BACK TO SCHOOL COLLECTION
Back to School is always a weird time of year for families. Everyone is on varying levels of dreading going back, and/or looking forward to it. Oftentimes, it’s a mix of both! And since this transition is something that we have to do every single year; it’s a good idea to seek out the best school options and find some strategies to help make things go as smoothly as possible!
In this collection, we are covering the topic with lots of Back to School advice, tips, and suggestions from both expert professionals and seasoned mothers! Enjoy topics on how to help the whole family adjust back to school, 3 ways to prepare for the first day of school, a free morning routine printable, guidelines for accomplishing homework, homeschooling, and more!
Best of Luck!
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