Going to kindergarten is important.
Children can feel excited—and a bit worried, too. This
book helps children think about the new experience
of going to kindergarten. As adults read the pages
and help children write or draw, children talk about
what they already know about kindergarten. They also
anticipate what they will do in kindergarten. This book
provides children with a thoughtful and fun way to
prepare themselves. And it becomes a special keepsake
for the family!
Published by Redleaf Press
10 Yorkton Court
St. Paul, MN 55117
www.redleafpress.org © 2013 by Angèle Sancho Passe
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Angèle Sancho Passe is an early childhood education college instructor,
consultant, and writer with a focus on early literacy, school readiness,
family involvement, and the transition into kindergarten. She is the
author of Dual-Language Learners: Strategies for Teaching English;
Is Everybody Ready for Kindergarten? A Tool Kit for Preparing Children
and Families; and Getting Ready for Kindergarten, a family companion.
All of these resources are available from Redleaf Press.
First edition 2013
Design by Erin Kirk New
Printed in the United States of America
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Printed on acid-free paper