3 Best Activities for Kindergarten Learning
Parent Guide: The 3 Best Activities for Boosting Kindergarten Learning
If your child is in Kindergarten this year, you know your teacher has a long list of goals to accomplish. The skills likely include:
- Letter names and sounds
- Sounding out for reading and writing
- Sight word recognition and spelling
- Printing letters and numbers
- Understanding stories
- Listening comprehension
- Oral and written communication
- Counting and understanding numbers
- Addition and subtraction
Whether you are hoping to support your child’s learning at home, or are preparing your preschooler for next year, “Where to start?” may be on your mind.
You may already be following the common advice to “read with your child 20 minutes per day.” For parents of young learners, this advice can actually be confusing, considering all the new things your child is just learning how to do.
If you are like most parents, you wonder:
“What if my child can’t read yet? Does it “count” if I do the reading? What kind of books should we read? How do I know if my child is “getting it”? And, what about math?”
We answer these questions and more in our FREE Parent Guide.
We break down the major goals of Kindergarten into three categories: Reading, Comprehension and Math. And give you an activity to support each of them. A few adjustments to the daily reading you already do, like asking your child about the letters and pictures in a story, can have a huge impact on school confidence!
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