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Successful Kindergarten Readiness Begins Now

In recent years, more so than ever, the demands placed upon toddlers for kindergarten preparedness have become staggering. As experienced professionals in the field of education, we recognize the growing need for teacher resources and curriculum to help early childhood educators teach preschoolers the essential skills needed to successfully transition into kindergarten.

We know that your current programs make early learning special and are essential for children’s successful kindergarten readiness; whether you are a childcare center director, preschool teacher, administrator, or staff member, we have a product lineup to support you. 

To satisfy the growing demand for teacher resources for kindergarten readiness, we developed a collection of kindergarten readiness learning tools to help children:

  1. Learn basic letter and number recognition
  2. Build solid language and communication skills
  3. Increase social and emotional skills
  4. Develop fine motor and gross motor skills
  5. Succeed in kindergarten!

The children you serve depend on you, as their educator, to prepare them for their next educational endeavor. We urge you to try the kindergarten readiness products we have selected, and hope you will enjoy them and the experience of watching the successful transition of a child into kindergarten!

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Readiness Resources
Language Math Manipulatives Special Needs Science Social Studies
Links to Articles about
Kindergarten Readiness:
Kindergarten Readiness: Help Your Child Prepare – Find out what you can do to get your child ready for Kindergarten.
From Mayo Clinic
Ready For Kindergarten – Five teachers tell you what preschoolers really need for kindergarten.
From Scholastic
Developing Kindergarten Readiness And Other Large Scale Assessment Systems – find PDFs for necessary considerations in the assessment of young children.
From NAEYC
Kindergarten Readiness: Is Your Child Ready For School? – Here's how to tell if your child is mature enough physically, socially, and cognitively.
From BabyCenter®
Kindergarten Screening: What To Expect – Know in advance what will be asked of your preschooler.
From About Parenting
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