A Guide for My Child's Kindergarten Teacher
Dear Parent or Guardian,
Getting ready for school and learning to read and write begins early in your child’s development, well before kindergarten or first grade. The love and guidance that you provide your child can set him or her on the way to many years of success in school.
This booklet guides you through the process of sharing what you know about your child with the kindergarten teacher who will be working with your child in the new school year. It gives you the opportunity to pass on important information about your child’s likes and dislikes, strengths and weaknesses and any concerns that you may have. If your child is receiving any special services, the information that you provide here can help to ensure that those services continue without gaps into the new school year.
This booklet will work best if you review and discuss it with your child’s kindergarten teacher during the first month of school. Taking the time to connect with your child’s teacher will get the new school year off to a terrific start!
Download the complete 8-page booklet here.
Reprinted with the permission of the National Center for Learning Disabilities. © 1999-2008 Get Ready To Read!, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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