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Kindergarten Enrollment . . . Is My Child Ready?

03/20/2012 Published by: Suzanne

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Categories: Your Child's Ages & Stages, Special Topics

The first day of spring is here and for many of you that signals the time to evaluate whether your child is ready for Kindergarten.  Not sure where to begin?  Check out the™ Library for some great tips on getting started!

Filed under the Library’s “Early Childhood & Preparation” section, our pdf document “How to Tell if Your Child is Ready for Kindergarten” is sure to offer some valuable insight into this process with its list of things to consider as well as some resources for further research.

How to actually register your student for Kindergarten is a subject that goes hand-in-hand with evaluating their readiness.  “PreKindergarten through Grade 1 Registration Requirements” is another useful pdf available in the same section of our Library.  Take a moment to “check” these documents out on our web site.  Let us know your thoughts and experiences by sharing your comments here.  As a team, we can work together “. . . for the sake of the child.”™

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