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  • Stephanie Renn

    Kindergarten Prep!

  • Aurora Pierson

    Kindergarten readiness skills.

  • Allyson Matsoso

    71 things your child needs to know before kindergarten -This is a good list to consider. It should not be a check list or stress test for parents.

  • Anna Brown

    As a kindergarten teacher I think it'd be great if everyone had to read this who has kids!!

  • Danielle Howard

    Here is one list of skills young children should possess in order to be ready for kindergarten. What do you think? Does this list cover all - or the most important - facets of early learning and development needed for success in kindergarten?

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