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School Readiness Checklist

 

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School Readiness Checklist The following School Readiness Checklist will help parents get their children prepared for school. The checklist includes a series of ideas for buying school clothes and supplies, etc.


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  1. Assessment.
    • There are several measures that let conduct evaluation to make sure your child is ready to attend school. Listen to what and how your child says and look at how he/she can communicate in a group – this will help you judge whether your child is ready for attending school. Review the listed indicators and conduct a test to find out whether your child meets the requirements.
    • Feeling self-confident within a school learning environment.
    • Working independently and cooperatively within large and small groups.
    • Focusing on doing tasks, following prescriptions.
    • Working within time constraint.
    • Listening to a story in large and small groups.
    • Following two- or three-step oral directions.
    • Sharing ideas and knowledge within a group.
    • Caring for personal needs.
    • Caring for personal belongings.
    • Following school rules, respecting the property of others.
  2. Tips – Developing Your Child’s Independence.
    • To make sure your child is independent and ready for school, you can follow several tips listed below.
    • Let your child spend more time away from you or regular caregivers – then the child will gradually learn to do things without your help.
    • Talk over your child's day. By discussing how the child spends his/her day at school, you can learn more about the child’s troubles, and then suggest solutions.
    • Appoint a homework area in your house. In such a way you will show your child the importance of school work.
    • Make your child do some tasks for helping at home – this will be a part of future classroom routine. You can use worksheets to show the child how to better organize school-related tasks.
    • Teach your child to be responsible for personal care, such as dressing and personal hygiene.
    • Attend the school open day together with your child.
    • Take your child to the school playground and spend there time to make your child familiar with the school environment.
    • Show your child the shortest and safest route to school.
  3. Buying School Clothes.
    • Save money by planning your child’s wardrobe in advance by purchasing items on sale and shopping at discount and consignment stores.
    • Acquire only seasonally appropriate clothes.
    • Make sure your child has the right shoes for school, gym class and sports.
    • Acquire necessary uniforms or special clothing your child may need for phys education and athletics.
    • Be sure all of your child’s new clothes and shoes meet the school dress code.
    • Be sure your child’s stock of underwear and socks is renewed and updated.
  4. Buying School Supplies.
    • Attend a school supplies shop and ask for a kit – usually such shops provide a set of school supplies.
    • Create a school supplies list. You can use a program to make such a list. Include the following items in your school supplies list:
      • Spiral notebooks and exercise books.
      • Books required for education.
      • Ballpoint pens, mark pens, color pencils, crayons.
      • Ruler, eraser, glue stick, pencil case.
      • School backpack.
      • Lunchbox, or a suitable container for lunch.


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