|About the Book|
Is your child ready for kindergarten? Should you wait another year before sending your child to kindergarten? What else can you do to help prepare your child for success?The Kindergarten Readiness Guide will help you answer these questions. This bookMoreIs your child ready for kindergarten? Should you wait another year before sending your child to kindergarten? What else can you do to help prepare your child for success?The Kindergarten Readiness Guide will help you answer these questions. This book is beneficial to any parent or teacher of a preschool or kindergarten student. For best results, we suggest you begin using this guide when the child is two, three, or four years old and continue using the checklists and recommended strategies throughout the child’s kindergarten school year. If your child is currently in kindergarten or starting this year, it is never too late!There are so many simple ways that parents can help prepare their children for kindergarten. Parents want to help their children excel in school, they just don’t always know how. This Kindergarten Readiness Guide, based directly on national and state kindergarten standards, gives both parents and teachers a valuable tool to help young children achieve success in kindergarten and beyond.The Kindergarten Readiness Guide includes:• Easy to follow directions that allow you to work one-on-one with your child to determine exactly what s/he knows-• Checklists to track their progress-• Simple, fun teaching suggestions for home and school to improve over 100 important skills in Reading, Writing, Math, Speaking and Listening, Motor Skills, and Social/Emotional Development-• Answers to frequently asked questions about kindergarten and preschool-• and Lists of recommended books, websites, DVDs, and educational software.The Kindergarten Readiness Guide helps parents take their child’s education into their own hands. It is so important to start early and be consistent. Reading this book and implementing the simple strategies within is a big step toward ensuring that a child’s kindergarten year is a happy, successful, and stress-free one for both parent and child.The author has been a kindergarten teacher, preschool teacher, and Preschool Director for many years and holds a Masters degree in Early Childhood Education. She currently manages a Kindergarten Readiness website that coincides with The Kindergarten Readiness Guide.