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Readiness: What Skills Your Child Have – Prepping for Kindergarten
Use this guide to learn which skills your child should have at the start of the school year, and what skills your child will likely have built by the end.
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Spark your child’s creativity!
This creative printable sheet is a creative way to encourage your child to share his/her feelings, ideas, and perspectives.
For each quote, there is a drawing prompt. For instance, after your child reads the first quotation — “Sometimes you have to be your own superhero” — encourage her to draw herself as a superhero, identifying her super powers. For a quote about adventures, encourage your little one to draw a place where she’d like to go on an adventure.
Print out the page, then supply markers, crayons, or colored pencils, so your child can get busy coloring and creating.
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