Need something to help get those itty-bitties ready for kindergarten? This is just the packet for you. With Common Core, the rigor has been upped and making sure those children are ready for kindergarten is crucial! This packet is full of printables that are perfect for the first week of kinderga
These simple and easy to use screening tools are the perfect assessment screener to use to assess kindergarten readiness during kindergarten registration or round up. Keep things quick and simple with these streamlined assessments. ►►► Need more tools to assess kindergarten readiness skills and to s
Here is an amazing assessment test that you will love! You can quickly and easily check your students' skills and knowledge against common preschool standards with this comprehensive Preschool Skills Assessment Pack. This pack is so practical - you can use it at the end of a lesson, or quarterly t
Kindergarten Readiness Checklists! TWO checklists with both academic and non-academic skills, designed for preschool teachers and parents.First checklist includes every academic skill suggested for "school readiness" based on Common Core standards. The second checklist includes every LIFE SKILL th
Designed for 5 Year Old Preschoolers or Kindergarten Readiness....*PLEASE NOTE: This document is intended to be an ongoing observation assessment. You should NEVER sit down with a preschooler and do all of these assessments at one time. Add to the report during the semester as you observe each skill
Camp Kindergarten is a fun way to start the year, but also purposeful. Teach your kindergarteners your expectations and rules for using the basic tools of Kindergarten while also assessing their readiness skills all in that first week of school. Not to mention, this is also the perfect way to start
This completely positive Skill Report will make your 5 year old preschooler feel like he/she has really accomplished a lot! Each skill is listed using "I can" language. For example "I can hold my pencil with the correct grip." This 5 year old Preschool Progress Report includes places to assess: -Upp
This was created for our school to hand out at Kindergarten Round-up as a way for parents to work with their child on readiness skills that they should have mastered (or at least be familiar with) before kindergarten. If you'd like something changed or added, just leave me a message and I can do tha
This brochure is handed out to parents when they register their child for kindergarten. It has academic, language, motor, and adaptive skills that students can practice before entering kindergarten. It gives parents an idea of what will help to make their son or daughter successful in school. Fol
It's that time of year that as teachers we begin to wonder just exactly where our Kindergarteners are with Reading foundationals skills and standards.
These No Prep Ready to Use Print and Go Worksheets to Reinforce Common Core Reading Foundational Skills can be used to informally evaluate your kin
In this “Skills for Kindergarten Readiness Digital Interactive Notebook”, students will be taking through the skills needed to prep them for their first day of Kindergarten. This digital interactive notebook includes colorful and engaging clipart that grabs the attention of young kiddos. Students w
This pack of math worksheets will help your young students practice essential skills that will help them prepare for Kindergarten or as review. These worksheets can be used in the classroom, sent home with students, or used by parents to keep those ideas fresh! They could also be used as supplements
This is a homework tic tac toe sheet for little ones who need to practice zipping, tying shoes, counting, saying abc's, etc. Each time they complete a task, they color a square. I would give a prize for filling in the whole grid.
This packet includes a review of 30 kindergarten skills in both ELA and math. It is set up for three pages per week for a total of ten weeks. Print double sided for simple, easy booklets for your students.Directions:Print (Be sure to select "fit to page.")Staple
I created this resource to share with parents of incoming Kindergarten students to help them understand what skills their child needs to know to be prepared for school.Thanks for visiting my TpT store!
Kindergarten Readiness Skills
An editable list of math, reading, gross motor and fine motor, and social/emotional skills children should master or are working toward mastering before entering kindergarten.
I used the free font, KG Penmanship, to create the document. Please note when downloading a
Focus on development language skills needed for success in Kindergarten with activities that meet the Common Core State Standards in language, reading, writing. Get your Pre-K students or child ready for Kindergarten with these engaging activities for building language. Make sure your students are
This resource contains a PDF document outlining my top 4 areas of learning to prepare for kindergarten and my top 5 skills for each area. The areas include Language and Literacy, Math, Fine Motor and School Structure. There are strategies and activity ideas to go along with each skill.You will also
The beginning of the school year is a great time to establish classroom culture--including the social skill "Line Up Quietly" from WonderGrove Social Skills.This 15-page extension lesson packet for kindergarten includes:lesson planfluency passagelanguage worksheetprintable bookmath worksheetactive l
Simple Kindergarten Readiness Checklist for social/ emotional skills
I've done a video on Youtube explaining the importance of these skills, just copy and paste the link below in your address bar
Essentials skills needed for little ones to develop fine motor skills....
CUT AND PASTE: Students cut out the boxes and glue the letters under the correct capital.
COLOR: Students practice coloring within the lines. Pages are scaffolded from simple 2D shapes to complex shapes with parts.
This resource contains a PDF document outlining my top 4 areas of learning to prepare for kindergarten and my top 5 skills for each area. The areas include Language and Literacy, Math, Fine Motor and School Structure. There are strategies and activity ideas to go along with each skill.