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Comprehension Skills

Here is a great graphic organizer to teach basic comprehension skills (link to PDF). After you read a story book to your child, ask them if they can remember the Title & Author of the book. If they don’t remember, point out the Title & the Author on the cover; then write them down in the lines provided. Then ask your child who the characters in the story were. If they don’t remember, refer to the pictures in the book and tell them to use the picture clues to get the answer.

Basic skills needed to start Kindergarten

Many people have asked me what a child should be able to do before entering Kindergarten. Here are a few basic skills needed that will ensure your child has a good start in school and will also make their Kinder teacher very happy.

Play a Game

A good game to play with your child is to match the capital letter with its lower case counterpart. This is easy to do. Just print the alphabet in upper and lower case, then cut them out. You can put them upside down for a challenge or just start with five at a time for younger children. This is a fun game for kids and it's free!

Reading Tips

1.) When reading with your child, remember to turn the pages slowly and ask your child to talk about the pictures.This is a good tip for checking for understanding.

2.) If your child asks you a question about the story, don't answer right away. Take the opportunity to ask them what they think the answer is.