Curriculum Night - issaquah.wednet.edu

Curriculum Night - issaquah.wednet.edu

Preparing for Kind What Can I Do Now To Prepare My Child For Kindergarten? You can help ensure your childs success in kindergarten by helping her/him in the following ways Literacy

Read, read, and read some more to your child! Letters and sounds Talk about stories together

Writing Write first name correctly Have paper and crayons available at home Holds pencil correctly with a pincer grip Math

Practice: Sorting (laundry, toys, blocks) Colors Shapes Numbers (identifying, writing) Counting Independence Practice:

Putting on coat Managing full-sized backpack Tying shoes Cutting with scissors Cleaning up after themselves Toys Bathroom needs Play-Based Learning in Kindergarten

45-60 minutes of play daily Centers may include: Dramatic play Art

Blocks Literacy Science/technology - Centers promote independence, problem-solving skills, cooperation, activities that promote creativity and FUN! Social Emotional Learning

We expect kindergarteners to: Take turns Sit quietly and focus for about 15 minutes Solve social problems appropriately Follow directions the first time asked Is My Child Ready to be a Kindergartener? To ensure that your child is successful, some factors to

consider are: Does your child tire easily and still take long naps? Is your child able to use the bathroom completely by him/herself? Is your child comfortable separating from you? Can your child listen and follow directions? Does your child use words to communicate needs?

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