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  • Ready! Set! School! - Activity 4: Playtime
    nicely with other children of similar age is a necessary skill to be successful in a classroom Activity Playtime Encourage your child to pretend play with you It is okay for you to make suggestions occasionally but allow your child to take the lead Take an active role in following your child s lead Include cleanup as part of play This helps develop responsibility It is typical for children to finish playing and move on to something new without cleaning up Help your child make cleanup quick and fun Let s see who can pick up the most cars Sing a song as everyone helps If possible set aside playtime when there will be few outside interruptions Let your child choose what to play Some ideas may sound silly but talk with your child You may be surprised at what he she has in mind More Ideas Arrange a playdate if possible so that your child can interact with other children Children relate differently with adults than they do with other children For more playdate and play group ideas go to the Ready Set School Playgroup Connection page or call 1 866 782 8824 On a poster board help your

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  • Ready! Set! School! - Activity 5: Ready, Set, Go!
    things As children are involved in deciding where their belongings go they can find use and return items to the proper place so they can find and use them again later This develops a sense of ownership and responsibility Kindergarten Connection In kindergarten everything will have a specific place Baskets shelves and objects will be labeled to guide children to put things where they belong Children will be responsible for their environment Activity What Goes Where With your child explore the things in his her closet dresser drawers or shelves Have him her tell you what belongs where Together decide what should go in each area Label with pictures and words so that he she remembers what goes where Materials Paper stickers labels or tags Adhesive tape or string More Ideas Use this idea in other areas of your home Take out some items and have your child practice putting them back in the correct place Make this fun Include variations like racing against a timer Make a picture or poster to represent where things belong Tips If your child s drawings do not look like the contents keep in mind that the labels need to make sense to your

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  • Ready! Set! School! - Friends & Family Extra Activities
    Kindergarten Connection Children will continue to develop respect for others during their kindergarten year One way they show respect is by sharing and by asking permission before using materials that are being used by other children Look I m Done Book The Little Engine That Could by Watty Piper The Little Blue Engine tries to pull a stranded train full of toys Children may need encouragement to complete projects Choose a place in your home to display your child s completed projects Kindergarten Connection In kindergarten your child will be expected to independently complete a variety of tasks What Why Where Book Curious George by H A Rey A little monkey is caught in the jungle and brought to the city He can t help being interested in all the new things around him Children are naturally curious Curiosity can be messy and inconvenient at times But when a child s questions and ideas are valued and respected and a child is allowed to experience a variety of activities curiosity can be nurtured Kindergarten Connection Kindergarten classrooms are full of paints markers sensory tables and exploration centers Children who are curious may be more willing to try new activities A

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  • Ready! Set! School! - Amigos y Familia
    gusta y lo que no les gusta es más fácil para las otras personas trabajar con ellos Leer más Actividad 2 Soy un VIP Persona Muy Importante Actividad 3 Mis Sentimientos Identificar y expresar las emociones y los sentimientos de forma adecuada ayuda a los niños a llevarse mejor con las otras personas Cuando los niños expresan sus emociones y sentimientos con palabras o a través de las artes están desarrollando habilidades sociales saludables Aprender cuáles son las palabras adecuadas para expresar sus sentimientos y resolver sus problemas es importante para que el niño tenga una buena experiencia en kindergarten Los niños pequeños aprenden una habilidad valiosa al hablar acerca de sus sentimientos Leer más Actividad 3 Mis Sentimientos Actividad 4 Tiempo de Jugar El juego es esencial para desarrollar las habilidades sociales Es un momento estupendo para que los niños aprendan a expresarse a sí mismos a solucionar problemas a tomar decisiones y a desarrollar la autoconfianza Haga que su hijo tenga una cantidad equilibrada de tiempo de juego estructurado y libre Leer más Actividad 4 Tiempo de Jugar Actividad 5 Preprárense y Adelante Si los niños participan en la decisión de dónde colocar sus pertenencias pueden buscar usar

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  • Ready! Set! School! - Words & Language
    skills children have an opportunity to learn how print works and that it has meaning Reading aloud to children helps them learn new words and how books work Read more Activity 2 Let s Read Activity 3 Telephone Talk Children need opportunities to participate in conversations They learn to take turns as they listen and respond Communication skills are the foundation for getting along with others Read more Activity 3 Telephone Talk Activity 4 Rhymes and Songs Words are made up of sounds When children become aware of the separate sounds in words and syllables they are on their way to becoming readers and writers Reciting and playing with nursery rhymes finger plays and songs gives children opportunities to develop this skill Read more Activity 4 Rhymes and Songs Activity 5 Scribbles and Letters Writing develops in stages First children use scribbles Then as they become aware of letters in their environment their scribbles will take on letter like forms Later they will begin to insert known letters into their writing Finally they will intentionally use letters to represent sounds Read more Activity 5 Scribbles and Letters Words Language Extra Activities Read more Words Language Extra Activities Share This Page

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