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  • Ready! Set! School! - Numbers & Shapes Extra Activities
    things fit together In kindergarten children will visualize and then describe how things fit together using words such as on over under above Time Book It s About Time by Stuart J Murphy A twenty four hour day is full of things to do This book is an easy introduction to the skill of telling time Use a watch or count slowly as your child completes different activities such as running races cleaning up or getting dressed Kindergarten Connection In kindergarten your child will begin using clocks and calendars to measure time How Tall Am I Book The Carrot Seed by Ruth Krauss Despite everyone s dire predictions a little boy has faith in the carrot seed he plants Have your child stand against a wall while you mark how tall he she is Assist your child in measuring from the floor to the mark Label the mark with the date name measurement and age of your child If you do not want to write on the wall you can use a piece of paper or a growth chart that has been fastened to the wall Kindergarten Connection Children will use appropriate techniques and tools for measuring objects in school

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  • Ready! Set! School! - Números y Formas
    1 1 2 3 Actividad 2 Todos Cuentan Los niños aprenden que existe una relación entre el nombre de un número y una cantidad a medida que usan las matemáticas en su vida diaria A medida que los niños aprenden que prácticamente todo lo que hacen está relacionado con las matemáticas se sienten más confiados en sus propias habilidades para usarlas Leer más Actividad 2 Todos Cuentan Actividad 3 A Dónde Va Los niños aprenden a mirar atentamente los objetos y aprenden el vocabulario que se necesita para describirlos Usan sus sentidos para explorar las características o atributos de los objetos Los niños luego usan estos atributos para clasificar objetos en grupos basándose en las similitudes o diferencias y para describir el motivo de la clasificación Los niños comienzan clasificando por un solo atributo como color tamaño o uso A medida que los niños aprenden a describir sus propias decisiones en cuanto a la clasificación se dan cuenta de que hay muchas formas correctas para resolver un problema Leer más Actividad 3 A Dónde Va Actividad 4 La Forma de las Cosas A menudo comenzamos enseñándoles a los niños acerca de las formas enseñándoles el nombre de la forma Los niños pueden aprender fácilmente los nombres de las formas geométricas básicas tales como círculo cuadrado triángulo o rectángulo Necesitan tener una experiencia práctica con formas sólidas pelotas cajas botellas latas sombreros de fiesta para aprender acerca de sus características físicas Leer más Actividad 4 La Forma de las Cosas Actividad 5 Cuál es el Patrón Los patrones están formados por secuencias de colores movimientos objetos formas tamaños o sonidos Los patrones forman parte de la vida diaria de los niños y se pueden encontrar en los muebles la ropa las decoraciones y los diseños También forman parte de las rutinas

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  • Ready! Set! School! - Health & Safety
    2 My Big Muscles Children love to move Physical development plays an important role in building children s self esteem confidence fitness and well being Daily physical activity will develop habits that lead to better physical health Read more Activity 2 My Big Muscles Activity 3 I Can Do It Myself Children increase in ability to do things for themselves as they are given opportunities Celebrate your child s growing abilities and independence Read more Activity 3 I Can Do It Myself Activity 4 You Are What You Eat Preschoolers have already established preferences for food based on texture flavor and smell Their preferences may not necessarily be healthy choices You can be a model for eating a variety of healthy foods Eating a variety of healthy foods will help children be more alert and do better in school Read more Activity 4 You Are What You Eat Activity 5 Just In Case Children see disasters in television and movies Identifying possible reasons and routes for evacuating a home or apartment helps your child be prepared in case of an emergency Read more Activity 5 Just In Case Health Safety Extra Activities Read more Health Safety Extra Activities Share This

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  • Ready! Set! School! - Activity 1: My Little Muscles
    Kindergarten Connection Children in kindergarten will use their hands to do things like writing and cutting Activity My Little Muscles This activity is designed to help your child develop fine motor small muscle skills Allow your child to choose what he she would like to do and support the choice Explain to your child that today you are going to be artists and make sculptures or statues together Before you begin working you may want to consider some objects that you might mold Look at pictures in books and magazines pictures on your wall household items or pets Ask your child what he she would like to make and guide him her by asking questions such as What part do you want to make first How much of your dough will you need to make that How can you make it that shape Prepare the play dough with your child or use store bought play dough If using the recipe make sure that the play dough has cooled completely before having your child handle it Play dough recipe 1 cup flour ½ cup salt 1 cup water 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1½ teaspoons cream of tartar Mix all ingredients in a saucepan over low heat until the mixture rolls into a ball Remove from the saucepan and knead for a few minutes and it is ready To make different colors simply stir in a few drops of food coloring or dry Kool Aid mix before placing the mixture on the stove Store the play dough in an airtight container or plastic bag More Ideas You can also use other materials to create parts of the objects buttons for eyes paper clips for arms Teach your child how to pinch the dough to make indentations roll the dough to make vines

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  • Ready! Set! School! - Activity 2: My Big Muscles
    direction stopping Children love to move Physical development plays an important role in building children s self esteem confidence fitness and well being Daily physical activity will develop habits that lead to better physical health Kindergarten Connection Children will be involved in recess and in organized physical education activities where they will learn basic skills such as hopping twirling kicking throwing catching skipping and dancing Activity Obstacle Course Select an area with your child to create an obstacle course Help your child plan a safe path and select obstacles Have your child decide how he she would like to move walk crawl jump run roll gallop hop spin through the course For example I will climb over the swing and then hop to the slide I will climb up the ladder and slide down the slide Materials Park playground or yard Objects that can be used to move over under or around More Ideas Let your child invite someone to complete the course with him her Time how long it takes your child to complete the course Run the course in reverse Tips If the weather is bad or you do not have an outdoor area to play build the

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