How to ensure your little is fully prepared for their first big school experience
An introduction to this class
In this class, you'll learn how you can help your child begin their school journey with confidence, as well as how to acknowledge what you might be experiencing as a parent
What every kindergarten teacher wants your child to be able to do
How to help your child make friends
Tips for creating routines that provide security for your child
What you can do to create a strong home/school connection
How to find peace in this parenting transition
So many questions and feelings come up as you prepare to send your kid to kindergarten. Ann's got your back. She'll begin with an explanation of the skills your child needs to have before starting school, followed by a look at the emotional readiness of your child and tips for helping your child make friends, play with others and learn to be a confident member of the classroom community. Next is what you might be experiencing as a parent as you release your child to the teacher on that first day of school. And finally, she'll give you tips for creating routines and habits that contribute to a positive school experience, and ways you can build excitement for your child as they start school.
“Kindergarten prerequisites” things your child can do independently
Emotional readiness: child
Emotional readiness: mom and dad
Daily routines and habits for kindergarten family life
In addition to Ann's comprehensive videos, you'll be able to download these super helpful PDF's:
Plus, Ann's recommendation of book titles that support parents through this transition and for personal development
You'll walk away from this class with answers to everything you need to know:
How can I help my child be successful?
What will my child be expected to be able to do when they start school?
How can I help my child make friends in school?
What routines do we need so we can get there on time every morning?
What can I do to ease my own fears about my child starting school?
How can I get my child excited about school?
Ann McKitrick, MS