Thank you to My Cute Graphics for the use of the superhero kids graphic.
Johnny will be my second child to start kindergarten this fall – and it will probably be quite the start! Kindergarten is always a big change – bigger classes and a huge focus on academics. For Johnny, there will be even more changes since we are moving from Massachusetts to California. We may be lucky and get settled in California in time for him to start up there with everyone else, but it’s looking much more likely that he will maybe have a few weeks of school here before entering a class there partway through the year.
Bernadette of Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas asked if I was interested in joining a blog hop all about kindergarten readiness, and I thought that was a great idea! Being prepared is always good, and even better when there are a lot of unknowns and new things to adjust to! I will be blogging about things you can do to get your child ready for kindergarten every Wednesday for the next eight weeks, and I will also be joined by Megan at Coffee Cups and Crayons, Vicky at Mess for Less, Cerys at Rainy Day Mum, and Kristina at Toddler Approved. Our Get Ready for K Through Play series is all about easy, fun and engaging activities that you can add to your summer days with minimal fuss and prep. Here is the entire series:
- Week 1: Language
- Week 2: Social & Emotional Skills
- Week 3: Independence Skills
- Week 4: Math Concepts
- Week 5: Books, Reading & Literacy
- Week 6: Fine Motor & Writing Skills
- Week 7: Alphabet & Phonics
- Week 8: Ready to Learn Skills
Join us each week as we help you Get Your Child Ready for K Through Play! Each of our blogs will offer playful learning ideas and activities on the week’s topic, and you can find even more ideas on our Get Ready for K Through Play Pinterest Board . If your kindergartener-to-be is as excited about kindergarten as mine is, this will be the perfect way to help them be patient all summer long!
UPDATE: This series is running again for 2014, and I decided to add those links here as well to make an even greater resource! Posts will be linked on the days they go live; here is the schedule:
6/25/2014 – Social & Emotional Intelligence
7/2/2014 – Independence Skills
7/9/2014 – Math
7/16/2014 – Literacy (ABC, Phonics, Books, Reading, etc)
7/23/2014 – Fine Motor & Writing
7/30/2014 – Ready to Learn