You Can Help Your Child Get Ready For School
These fun preschool activity programs have been designed by early
childhood experts - Preschool Teachers, Kindergarten Teachers, Pediatric
Occupational Therapists & Parents - to help your child develop
age-appropriate self-care, play and school related skills.
a fact, the majority of preschool children would benefit significantly
if their parents or carer - a grandparent, aunt, uncle, nanny or
sitter - simply sat down with them, one-on-one, to teach them some
basic skills before they begin school. The problem is that most
people dont know what basic skills to teach their preschooler,
don't have the time or don't even know where to start!
Ready For School can help you.
Ready For School is a flexible program in a pdf book format that
has been personalized for your child! With excellent guidelines and tips, and a
handy list of simple, easy to find materials needed for each activity.
Great value, each comprehensive Get Ready For School program has easy-to-follow instructions with more than 200 activities, games and projects for
your preschool child!
Your Child Learn The 3R's Before School?
Science Says Yes!
often feel that their child should only play during their preschool
years and learning should be left to the teachers when they get
to school. Many parents don't realize that the first five years,
the preschool years, are dubbed the formative years. This is the
period the child develops approximately 70% of their brain connections.
Stimulation to the brain during this time is imperative as it strengthens
these connections and absorbs information like a sponge.
your child is not a formal process where rules and targets must
be met. All teaching should be playful and fun. The Get Ready For
School flexible programs focus on Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Visual
Perception and School Skills to help prepare your child for Kindergarten
in a fun way! The program can also be used for those children who
have already entered Year K, to help refine their skills if they
are feeling a little left behind.
quite often get their act together quickly once they are at school
but a child who arrives with an inner core of social, emotional
and basic skills will be ready to learn with joy, without being
Can I Help My Child Get Ready For School?