Thursday, January 24, 2013

List of Blogs Helping Every Supermom for Kindergarten School Readiness

Your loved one is getting bigger every day and you must be getting worries about how to prepare for kindergarten. As a super mom, you will need to be sure that he is getting ready for school.Therefore, a list of requirements must be completed, in order for your child to have an easy transition, such as solid social skills, knowing his alphabet and many more essential abilities that we will cite in a further post.
Today, How to be Super Mom decided to introduce you to other helpful blogs, which will provide you with additional information on how to get ready for kindergarten.
These materials will include: 

  • Different kind of readiness checklist for kindergarten that every supermom should prepare before sending her loved one off to school.

  • Various methods, every super mom should adopt, to help your child resolve social issues, in order to achieve a smooth and successful transition.
  • A number of blogs, selected by How to be Super Mom, among a long list of similar sites, which will help you learn how to teach your child numbers.
  1. Flash Cards and Kindergarten Readiness
  2. Kindergarten Readiness Rocks! 1 to 1 Correspondence
  3. Kindergarten Readiness Assessment Adds More Math
  4. New Math Activity Calendar: August is Kindergarten Readiness Month
  • Children should be able to communicate with the teacher and others as well as understand what is being taught or explained to them.  Language skills can include knowing the alphabet and recognizing letters on the page, but they are not limited to just that.
  1. Parents’ Guide to Early Brain Development and Kindergarten Readiness
  2.  Kindergarten Readiness– Enroll or Wait?
  3. Kindergarten Readiness Skills
  4. School Readiness, Early Achievement , and the Role of English Language Proficiency for Children in Low-Income Immigrant Families
  5. Play Contributes to  School Readiness

  • A large number of activities to help your loved one get ready for his first year of school. Kids will most likely enjoy these activities and not even realize they are getting ready to go to school.  Encourage your child to use their creativity as you do these activities together.
  1. Some Handy Ideas for Kindergarten Readiness: Painting
  2. Fun Number Writing Activities
  3. Farah Lokey MD Discusses Kindergarten Readiness and How to Prime your Child for a Successful Admission to School
  4. Reading is Most Important Activity
  5. Kindergarten Readiness Playgroup & Summer Practice Handouts

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