First Things First’s Top 10 Ways to Help Your Child Prepare for Kindergarten

| July 20, 2015

Summertime is a great opportunity to help kids prepare for their first day of kindergarten. Today’s schools expect 5-year-olds to arrive with basic academic and social skills so they are prepared on day one to start learning to read, write
and do basic math. Fun, everyday activities help kids develop basic skills.
First Things First has tip sheets to help parents prepare their kids over the summer for their first day of school and
success beyond. These resources can be found at azftf.gov in the Parent Section under Early Education.
CLICK HERE for the top 10 things to do with your child to prepare him or her for kindergarten.

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