A Parent's Guide for Kindergarten

As a parent of two kids, making sure my son and daughter were ready for Kindergarten was a task I took seriously. Any parent can do a lot to help their child develop important skills for kindergarten. Here are some ways to get them ready: 1. Read often to your child One skill that all kindergarteners must master is the ability to pay attention. Parents who read to their children are at an advantage. Not only are they priming their kids to know that words have sounds and those sounds translate to meaning, but also helping build focus. Children who can attend and sustain their attention span are in sync with teacher expectations of kindergarteners. 2. Listen for and identify rhyming sounds and

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