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What to Expect by Grade for Kindergarten

What to Expect by Grade for Kindergarten

 
Review general curricula for Kindergarten, what to expect for each subject, and activities that can be done at home to support learning in...
In just a few months, your baby will be off to school! Ensure a seamless transition with our parent-tested resources.
According to the International Reading Association, literacy skills will help your child in every academic area, as well as with most life...
Review the essentials in order to help your child thrive this year.
The potential for lifelong joy is inside every child. Here's how to bring it out.
At age 5, your child is likely to be fun, funny, enthusiastic, imaginative, and eager to learn.
Be ready for these important changes, whether your child has been in preschool, day care, or at home.
The growing demands of school require new skills and a guiding hand from you.
You'll be amazed at what your 5-year-old can do by year's end!
Find the answers in our age-by-age guide to child development.
Instill in your kids the social skills they need to acquire before they can learn academics.
Five teachers tell you what preschoolers really need for next year.
Get inside tips on how to make the most of school.
For exuberant 5 year olds, school is all about playing, learning to sit still, and getting along.

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