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Did you know that learning math in early childhood is just as important as learning literacy skills? Understanding basic math, number, and shape concepts early on sets the foundation for learning more advanced concepts later. Does your child know the top 2 Math Standards necessary to be successful in kindergarten? We’ll walk you through what…
Preschooler’s use of language to speak and listen, as well as their understanding of reading and writing, is critical to their academic success in early elementary. We’ve already talked about reading and writing standards that children need to know before kindergarten. Pre-K Speaking & Listening Standards (oral communication) go hand in hand with those.
Did you know that children are expected to know BASIC writing skills before starting kindergarten? This is because writing promotes children’s literacy development, which helps them to learn to read, write, and communicate effectively. The earlier children develop these skills, the stronger their literacy foundation. Is your child ready? Did you miss part 1 of…
Children who understand and apply the top 3 Pre-K Reading Standards are prepared to succeed in kindergarten. We’ll walk you through how to assess if your child is ready and how to develop those skills. AND you can make it FUN! Get ready! Did you miss part 1 of this series? No worries! You can…
Have you witnessed young children have meltdowns over small things? They begin with the lip pout followed by collapsing on the floor in protest. Children do this because they are still learning to control their feelings and emotions. There are important social-emotional development skills your child MUST know before kindergarten. Making sure they are ready…
Welcome to our several part series where we walk you through how to make sure your child is academically READY FOR KINDERGARTEN! If you missed part 1, you can read it here. 🙂 Have you ever sat and watched a group of preschoolers playing? Or listened to the stories they tell each other? It is one of my favorite…
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