Breathe, you got this. I am not a fan of kindergarten readiness checklists ( you can read all about my disdain here), but I know there is real anxiety about this right now as preschools and PreK classrooms sit empty. Parents, I know many of you are worried about how to get your child ready for kindergarten, but remember that all the children are in the same boat. We are all experiencing the same uncertainty and disruption to our regular education.
What I hope to do with this infographic is to give realistic, simple ways for parents to feel empowered and to focus on the core areas, not the fluff. I have thousands of free learning activities on this site, from basic alphabet ideas to place value lessons, but I am not here to give you a prescribed lesson plan. I am here to show you what matters most because right now, that’s what most of you need.
Breathe. You got this!
If you need more letter recognition or number activities to get your child ready for kindergarten, check out these links:
If you feel like you need more structure to get your child ready for kindergarten, here is my homeschool schedule for PreK and Kindergarten.