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Is Everybody Ready for Kindergarten?: A Tool Kit for Preparing Children and Families

Is Everybody Ready for Kindergarten?: A Tool Kit for Preparing Children and Families

Author: Angèle Sancho Passe
Product Code: 328101
ISBN: 978-1-60554-015-3
Format: Softbound
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Is Everbody Ready for Kindergarten

The transition to kindergarten is a significant and exciting milestone in young children's lives. This tool kit is an ideal planning resource for early childhood professionals as they coordinate a successful transition that benefits children, their families, and schools. Filled with information, advice, and activities, Is Everybody Ready for Kindergarten? includes

  • An explanation of what school readiness means for children and for schools A brief history of kindergarten
  • Descriptions of the typical development, capabilities, and characteristics of four-, five-, and six-year-olds
  • Common hopes and concerns families have as their children begin kindergarten
  • Strategic planning tools to help you prepare children for the transition to kindergarten
  • Discussion questions, reproducible checklists, and assessment and planning templates


Age Focus: 4-5. Softbound, 136 pgs.



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Review: The Midwest Book Review- The Bookwatch November 2010 - November 1, 2010
Is Everybody Ready for Kindergarten offers early childhood professionals a range of tools for easing the transition into kindergarten for parents and young learners alike. From desriptions of typical development and characteristics of four- to six-year-olds to common concerns parents hold about kindergarten, this offers planning for kids and parents alike.
Review: Book News Inc. - November 1, 2010
Passe, a consultant and writer in early childhood education who teaches at the U. of Minnesota, offers a planning resource for early childhood educators for helping children through the transition to kindergarted. Along with activities, she descusses the concept of school readiness; the characteristics of kindergarted and young children; ways to prepare teachers, child care providers, families, and children, including those with special needs and dual-language learners; and strategic planning tools. There is no index. (Annotation 2010 Book News Inc. Portland, OR)


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