Kindergarten: A book for teachers and parents

Parenting Advice

  • Parents would do well to read this book as soon as their child is born. Susan stresses the importance of talking to and interacting with children as they develop. Since reading is the most important topic, parents can’t start reading to children too soon. With more pressure on Kindergarten teachers to teach reading, children who show up recognizing letters, colors, shapes, and numbers have a head start. Parents should point out when they see these things in the child’s environment in and out of the house. Also focus on lower case letters and the most common letters. Be sure to let your pre schooler use art supplies at home even though it requires supervision.
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