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Ready for Kindergarten Checklist
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Ready for Kindergarten Checklist

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Is your child ready for kindergarten? Here's a checklist to help you figure out if your child has the physical, academic and social skills he or she needs to start kindergarten.

  • #
  • Skills
  • #
  • Skills
  • Yes or No
  • Child's Progress
  • Share Your Photo
  • Write Down Notes
  • #
  • Skills
  • #
  • Skills
  • Yes or No
  • Child's Progress
  • Share Your Photo
  • Write Down Notes
  • {dropdown}

  • Expressive and Receptive Language Skills

  • 1
    Speaks in complete sentence
  • 2
    Understands and follows directions with at least two steps
  • 3
    Can be understood by others most of the time
  • 4
    Uses words to express needs and wants
  • 5
    Makes comparisons and describes relationships between objects such as:
  • 6
    - big/little
  • 7
    - under/over
  • 8
    - first/last
  • 9
    Makes simple predictions and comments about a story being read
  • 10
    Ask questions about how things work in the world around her/him?
  • 11
    Sing and/or recite nursery rhymes?
  • Approach to Learning and Cognition

  • 12
    Matches two like pictures in a set of five pictures
  • 13
    Classifies (same/different, alike/not alike) objects by physical features like shape solor and size
  • 14
    Organizes objects that go together in groups
  • 15
    Recognizes, copies or repeats patterning sequence
  • 16
    Demonstrates the ability to correctly put in order or sequence up to three story pictures
  • 17
    Identifies or points to five (5) colors
  • 18
    Does simple puzzles (up to four 4 pieces)
  • 19
    Retells a simple story after listening to a story with pictures
  • Phonological Awareness and Reading Readiness Skills

  • 20
    Recognizes own name in print
  • 21
    Points to and/or recognizes letters in own name
  • 22
    Attempts to write letters in own name
  • 23
    Recognizes familiar signs, words and logos in the child’s environment
  • 24
    Enjoy getting a book as a present
  • 25
    Recognizes familiar signs and logos, such as stop signs
  • 26
    Can recite the alphabet and identify most of the letters
  • {dropdown}

  • Expressive and Receptive Language Skills

  • 1
    Speaks in complete sentence
  • 2
    Understands and follows directions with at least two steps
  • 3
    Can be understood by others most of the time
  • 4
    Uses words to express needs and wants
  • 5
    Makes comparisons and describes relationships between objects such as:
  • 6
    - big/little
  • 7
    - under/over
  • 8
    - first/last
  • 9
    Makes simple predictions and comments about a story being read
  • 10
    Ask questions about how things work in the world around her/him?
  • 11
    Sing and/or recite nursery rhymes?
  • Approach to Learning and Cognition

  • 12
    Matches two like pictures in a set of five pictures
  • 13
    Classifies (same/different, alike/not alike) objects by physical features like shape solor and size
  • 14
    Organizes objects that go together in groups
  • 15
    Recognizes, copies or repeats patterning sequence
  • 16
    Demonstrates the ability to correctly put in order or sequence up to three story pictures
  • 17
    Identifies or points to five (5) colors
  • 18
    Does simple puzzles (up to four 4 pieces)
  • 19
    Retells a simple story after listening to a story with pictures
  • Phonological Awareness and Reading Readiness Skills

  • 20
    Recognizes own name in print
  • 21
    Points to and/or recognizes letters in own name
  • 22
    Attempts to write letters in own name
  • 23
    Recognizes familiar signs, words and logos in the child’s environment
  • 24
    Enjoy getting a book as a present
  • 25
    Recognizes familiar signs and logos, such as stop signs
  • 26
    Can recite the alphabet and identify most of the letters
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