As we approach kindergarten, we can start to understand what is expected of us in our new school, which will provide a solid foundation for our lives.
If you are planning on attending preschool or a pre-kindergarten class, we suggest reading about the basics, like what you should expect from your child, how to prepare, and what questions to ask your child.
You will also be able to learn to read a word list, read the alphabet, write a story, or play a game.
You should also learn to use a calculator to figure out how many words a word or sentence will take you to the next step in a sentence, so you can make sure that you have enough time to complete a task.
For more information about preschool, visit the National Center for Early Learning at http://www.ncael.edu/schools/prekindergartenschool/index.htm.
Pre-Kindergarden Class The next step you can take in the pre-K curriculum is to start working on preparing for the upcoming pre- kindergarten class.
This class is typically the first class that your child attends.
The pre- kindergartenschool class will teach them how to interact with their peers and how to make friends and communicate with teachers.
It will also help them learn about the basic things that children will need to know to survive in this new environment.
You can find a list of pre-school classes at http:www.ncel.org/school/pre-k-classes/.
For more about pre- and kindergarten, visit http://nces.ed.gov/ninth_grade/preschool.html.
Elementary School Class During kindergarten, you will learn about basic rules, such as: What to do in class