with your child everyday. Reading builds vocabulary and a love
your child to be self-sufficient, particularly when it comes to
getting dressed and using the bathroom. With more time spent on
early academics in kindergarten, theres less time for teaching
things like tying shoelaces.
your child use school tools such as pencils, markers, crayons,
and scissors. This will not only improve fine motor skills, it
will build imagination.
your child daily opportunities to use large muscles. Get them
off the couch and into the yard.
them to write their own names and know the letters in their names.
them colors, shapes, and to count to at least 10.
them opportunities to play cooperatively with other children and
to learn to take turns and share.
your child to listen and use words to express ideas and feelings.
with your child- enjoy the sounds of language together.
your child opportunities for imaginative play.