Ready For A Pre-Kindergarten Or Kindergarten Program?
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Pre-K4 Screening Form: Used to see if the child is ready for a PreK4 program. Usually around 3-4 years of age.
Pre-K5 Screening Form: Used to see if the child is ready for a PreK5 program. Usually around 4-5 years of age. Similar to a formal Kindergarten program that does not completely cover mastery of reading.
Pre-K Exit Exam: Used after completing a formal Pre-K program. A one page list of tasks to evaluate.
Learning To Read Kindergarten Readiness Form Part 1: A more generalized one page list of skills normally seen in a child ready for a learning to read kindergarten program. This is a good one page checklist to print and have on hand as you see each situation happen throughout your daily routines. It is ungraded. It is mainly to identify if the child can do most of the items and/or if the child can quickly learn and retain these items.
Learning To Read Kindergarten Readiness Form Part 2: This is a more comprehensive evaluation. 13 pages are needed to be printed with a color printer. If a color printer is not available, the parent will need to color a few items with crayons or markers. It includes:
- One page of areas the parent should notice how well the child can do. The parent can ask the child to try to do most items, but a few are observable items where the parent will have to wait until the situation arises to evaluate.
- Six work pages where the parent reads the instructions to the child. 1 point for each one than can be done correctly, 3/4 point for one prompt, 1/2 point if more than one prompt to get the right answer.
- Two pages of scissor work.
- One page of counting and memory work. The memory work involves reading 3-5 items in each column and see if the child can repeat them back after hearing the list.
- One page of physical activities.
- Last page summarizes points and suggested approaches for your situation.
Learning To Read Kindergarten Readiness Form Part 3: A one page table to print to identify if the child can do most of the listed skills often seen after a PreK curriculum. Good list of skills to at least see if they can be quickly learned and retained. Ungraded.
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