kinderrgarten school kidsEarly Childhood Skills — Getting Ready for Kindergarten

Introduce and practice these skills at home and school:

• Share, take turns and listen quietly

• Wait patiently and use words to communicate

• Recognize and know your full name

• Know your parents and/or caregiver’s first and last name

• Use toilet by yourself

• Dress yourself

• Know how to zip, snap, tie, button and fasten your clothing

• Recite and recognize alphabet letters

• Recognize your left and right hand

• Know basic colors, shapes and numbers 0-20

• Recognize a penny, nickel, dime, quarter and dollar bill

• Use positional words (over, under, up, down)

• Print your first name, uppercase for first letter only

• Know your address and phone number

• Know how to use a pencil, crayons, glue and scissors

Copyright 2009 Cedar Valley Publishing, Stacey Kannenberg; Author & Publisher of the award-winning, school approved Let’s Get Ready Series with Let’s Get Ready For Kindergarten! & Let’s Get Ready For First Grade!

 

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