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What can you expect from writing in the spring of your child's kindergarten year? Here's a run down of the curriculum, and how parents can help.
All kindergarteners wiggle and squirm.  But over the year, teachers expect them focus so that they can do big learning.  Read here to see how you can help.
In February, your child has been in kindergarten for 100 days. Here are 10 ways to celebrate and practice counting along the way.
If your child is going to kindergarten for the first time, what do you need to be doing between now and then to get her ready for that big day?
Find out what kindergarteners are learning between April and June, and see how they can meet end-of-year standards with your support.
Math in the Fall of kindergarten centers around counting and recognizing numbers. Next, students move on to patterning, grouping, shape recognition, and time.
Now that your child's in kindergarten, get ready for a pile of paperwork! This year, there will be a lot to manage. Here are expert tips for keeping organized.
Here's a breakdown of what a kindergartener should be able to do physically, so you can keep your child on track:
Examines a number of important issues related to kindergarten education, including redshirting, high-stakes testing, and entrance age.
Explanation of alternative kindergarten programs developed to prepare students for increasingly rigorous academic expectations and a look at the issue of
Summarizes the issues surrounding the entrance age for kindergarten including 'red shirting', academic achievement, and retention.
This article discusses in depth about grade retention.  It talks about the prevalence and cost of retention as well as academic achievement.
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