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  • Ready! Set! School! - Salud y Seguridad Actividades Adicionales
    músculos pequeños Poder usar los músculos pequeños dedos muñecas ayudará a los niños a sostener los instrumentos de escritura de forma adecuada Acércate y Búscalo Libro Cocina Divertida para Niños por Edimat Libros and Karl Adamson Permita que su hijo le ayude a cocinar Las actividades tales como revolver colocar y medir lo ayudarán a desarrollar la coordinación de ojos y manos Conexión con el Kindergarten En kindergarten los niños enlazarán fichas y cuentas de diversas formas se atarán los zapatos y atraparán y tirarán pelotas Al desarrollar la habilidad de la coordinación de ojos y manos se están preparando para la escritura Lavado de Manos Libro Clifford y la Hora del Baño por Norman Bridwell Clifford no se quiere bañar pero luego cambia de opinión Coloque un poco de harina en las manos de su hijo y haga que se las frote una contra otra Explíquele que la harina representa los gérmenes Con las manos enharinadas pídale a su hijo que toque la perilla de una puerta y luego que se toque la ropa y la cara Muéstrele cómo queda harina gérmenes en esos artículos Enséñele a su hijo cómo lavarse las manos usando agua caliente y jabón Haga que cante el abecedario mientras se frota las manos debajo del agua Esto le debería llevar alrededor de 15 segundos que es prácticamente el tiempo que demoraría en lavarse las manos completamente Pídale que vuelva a tocar las cosas No quedará ningún germen Conexión con el Kindergarten El lavado no sólo ayuda a mantener las manos limpias sino que ayuda a prevenir el contagio de enfermedades Las actividades del aula pueden hacer que los niños se ensucien Los niños deben lavarse las manos a menudo y por sí solos Puedo Vestirme Sin Ayuda Libro Froggy se Viste por Jonathan London

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  • Ready! Set! School! Activities
    2 Let s Read When you point out or model reading 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 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 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 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 Extra Activities Numbers Shapes Activities Activity 1 1 2 3 Math concepts are used in all areas of learning The ability to count aloud rote counting is different from counting objects As young children learn to connect a number with the quantity they count they prepare to add and subtract with meaning Activity 2 Everybody Counts Children learn that there is a relationship between a number name and a quantity as they use math in their everyday lives As children learn that nearly everything they do involves math they may gain more confidence in their own ability to use it Activity 3 Where Does It Go Children learn to look closely at objects and learn the vocabulary to describe them They use their senses to explore the characteristics or attributes of objects and sort objects into groups based on similarities or differences and to describe the reason for sorting As children learn to describe their own sorting decisions they realize that there are many right ways to solve a problem Activity 4 The Shape of Things Often we begin teaching children about shapes by teaching them the shape name but they need hands on experiences with solid shapes balls boxes bottles cans party hats to learn about their physical characteristics By using materials to build shapes children learn about these characteristics Activity 5 What s the Pattern Patterns are made up of sequences of colors movements objects shapes sizes or sounds Patterns are part of children s everyday life and can be found in furniture clothing decorations and artwork They also are part of your child s morning evening and playtime routines Extra Activities Health Safety Activities Activity 1 My Little Muscles Help your child to develop dexterity by using pencils crayons scissors and play dough and playing with objects such as connecting blocks peg boards zippers buttons stickers or fruit Doing this requires using the small muscles in the hands and fingers and develops what is called small

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  • Ready! Set! School! Activities
    works and that it has meaning Reading aloud to children helps them learn new words and how books work 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 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 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 Extra Activities Numbers Shapes Activities Activity 1 1 2 3 Math concepts are used in all areas of learning The ability to count aloud rote counting is different from counting objects As young children learn to connect a number with the quantity they count they prepare to add and subtract with meaning Activity 2 Everybody Counts Children learn that there is a relationship between a number name and a quantity as they use math in their everyday lives As children learn that nearly everything they do involves math they may gain more confidence in their own ability to use it Activity 3 Where Does It Go Children learn to look closely at objects and learn the vocabulary to describe them They use their senses to explore the characteristics or attributes of objects and sort objects into groups based on similarities or differences and to describe the reason for sorting

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  • Ready! Set! School! - Activity 1: I Know Me
    and friends Kindergarten Connection In kindergarten positive behavior that initiates play and develops friendships will be reinforced Activity A Handshake and A Smile Role play the first day of school Pretend to be your child s kindergarten teacher Teach your child how to shake hands look you in the eye smile and say My name is Mary Smith It s nice to meet you Have your child practice this new skill with other family members friends and neighbors More Ideas Modify the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears to fit your family Mary and the Four Smiths Chant Who Stole the Cookies From the Cookie Jar and insert friends and family names If your child has already learned his her first and last name age and names of friends and parents use the melody of a song your child knows substituting his her telephone number and address for the words Using your child s personal information including first and last name age friends names and parents names make up a story or song to practice Tips If your child has a nickname help him her learn his her full name not just the nickname If your child is overwhelmed remember that this does not need to be learned all at once Keep it fun Activity Card Download Printable Activity Card Video Share This Page Login to RSS Register and log in to access special features of this site Username Password Remember me Forgot login Search Language English Español Friends Family All Activities Activity 1 I Know Me Activity 2 I m a VIP Activity 3 My Feelings Activity 4 Playtime Activity 5 Ready Set Go Extra Activities Around Town There are no upcoming events currently scheduled View Full Calendar Questions What is Typical What If My Child Has Special

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  • Ready! Set! School! - Activity 1: I Know Me
    a sense of belonging Preschool or kindergarten may be the first time children are in a non family setting They will need to become comfortable identifying themselves to teachers and friends Kindergarten Connection In kindergarten positive behavior that initiates play and develops friendships will be reinforced Activity A Handshake and A Smile Role play the first day of school Pretend to be your child s kindergarten teacher Teach your child how to shake hands look you in the eye smile and say My name is Mary Smith It s nice to meet you Have your child practice this new skill with other family members friends and neighbors More Ideas Modify the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears to fit your family Mary and the Four Smiths Chant Who Stole the Cookies From the Cookie Jar and insert friends and family names If your child has already learned his her first and last name age and names of friends and parents use the melody of a song your child knows substituting his her telephone number and address for the words Using your child s personal information including first and last name age friends names and parents names make up a

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  • The Ready! Set! School! Recommended Book List
    Read Signs by Tana Hoban Introduces signs and symbols frequently seen along the street Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs by Judi Barrett A tall tale of the town of Chewandswallow where the weather is served three times a day Life is yummy until the weather goes wacky Hop on Pop by Dr Seuss Pairs of rhyming words are introduced and used in simple sentences Tell Me a Story Mama by Angela Johnson A young girl and her mother remember together all the girl s favorite stories about her mother s childhood The Jolly Mon by Jimmy and Savannah Relates the adventures of a fisherman who finds a magic guitar floating in the Caribbean Sea Includes the music for the song Jolly Mon Sing Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin All the letters of the alphabet race each other up the coconut tree Numbers Shapes Activities Activity 1 1 2 3 Ten Nine Eight by Molly Bang Numbers from ten to one are part of this lullaby Anno s Counting Book by Mitsumasa Anno A counting book depicting the growth in a village during twelve months Ten Sly Piranhas by William Wise A school of ten sly piranhas gradually dwindles as they eat each other Activity 2 Everybody Counts Count and See by Tana Hoban There are things to count all around you Count on Your Fingers African Style by Claudia Zaslavsky Describes how finger counting is used for communication of price and quantity in an African marketplace The Great Pet Sale by Mick Inkpen Attracted by a sale at the pet store a boy tries to decide which animal to buy with his money Activity 3 Where Does It Go Is It Red Is It Yellow Is It Blue by Tana Hoban Introduces colors and the concepts of shape and size The Berenstain Bears and the Messy Room by Stan and Jan Berenstain Brother and Sister Bear learn the proper way to tackle cleanup The Village of Round and Square Houses by Ann Grifalconi A grandmother explains why in their village on the side of a volcano the men live in square houses and the women in round ones Activity 4 The Shape of Things The Shape of Me and Other Stuff by Dr Seuss Children discover that there are more shapes than just squares and circles Shapes Shapes All Over the Place by Janie Gill Uses a child s curiosity to find shapes Architecture Counts by Michael Crosbie Illustrations of various architectural details introduce the numbers one through ten Activity 5 What s the Pattern Spotted Yellow Frogs by Matthew Van Fleet Picture book story told from the point of view of a sock Carlos and the Cornfield by Jan Romero Stevens When Carlos sees the results of not following instructions on the proper way to plant corn he tries to make things right The Doorbell Rang by Pat Hutchins Each time the doorbell rings there are more people who have come to share Ma s wonderful

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  • Ready! Set! School! - Activity 2: I’m a VIP (Very Important Person)
    important to you they become more independent and cooperative In addition when children are able to express their likes and dislikes it is easier for others to work with them Kindergarten Connection In kindergarten children will learn to recognize their own values talents and skills Activity I m a VIP Poster Help your child write his her name and draw a self portrait or put the child s photograph on the poster Look through magazine ads or photographs with your child save time by cutting out pictures ahead of time then let your child choose from the pictures you cut out As you look through the pictures talk about things he she likes to do Cut out pictures and glue them to the poster Celebrate your Very Important Person by displaying the poster and having your child describe it to others Materials Poster board or paper Scissors Glue stick Magazines store ads or photographs Markers crayons pencils More Ideas Allow your child to decorate the sidewalk by drawing pictures of what he she likes with sidewalk chalk or water and paintbrushes Invite your child to choose a favorite food for a meal or snack Encourage your child to choose a favorite book for you to read aloud Tips If this is your child s first experience with scissors place your hand over your child s hand on the scissors opening and closing as you say Open close Scissors should only be used under adult supervision This activity may take more than one day Activity Card Download Printable Activity Card Video Share This Page Login to RSS Register and log in to access special features of this site Username Password Remember me Forgot login Search Language English Español Friends Family All Activities Activity 1 I Know Me Activity 2 I m

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  • Ready! Set! School! - Activity 2: I’m a VIP (Very Important Person)
    their likes and dislikes When you let them know that their feelings and abilities are important to you they become more independent and cooperative In addition when children are able to express their likes and dislikes it is easier for others to work with them Kindergarten Connection In kindergarten children will learn to recognize their own values talents and skills Activity I m a VIP Poster Help your child write his her name and draw a self portrait or put the child s photograph on the poster Look through magazine ads or photographs with your child save time by cutting out pictures ahead of time then let your child choose from the pictures you cut out As you look through the pictures talk about things he she likes to do Cut out pictures and glue them to the poster Celebrate your Very Important Person by displaying the poster and having your child describe it to others Materials Poster board or paper Scissors Glue stick Magazines store ads or photographs Markers crayons pencils More Ideas Allow your child to decorate the sidewalk by drawing pictures of what he she likes with sidewalk chalk or water and paintbrushes Invite your child to

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