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Kindergarten Readiness Checklist

— Get Ready to Read (National Center for Learning Disabilities)
Updated on Dec 8, 2010

This is a short checklist that helps you keep track of skills that children have mastered as they move through the pre-kindergarten year. You can use one checklist for each child, and check off skills in the fall, winter and late spring. Some children will not possess all of the skills included here, but that will not prevent them from entering school. This is simply a list of skills that will give you, as an early education professional, a place to begin in preparing children for entering kindergarten.

Child's Name:   Date of Birth:  


 Expressive and Receptive Language

  Fall Winter Spring
Speaks in complete sentences most of the time
 
 
 

Understands and follows directions with at least two steps
 
 
 

Understands vocabulary related to position, direction, size and comparison:      
like/different
 
 
 
top/bottom
 
 
 
first/last
 
 
 
big/little
 
 
 
up/down
 
 
 

Makes simple predictions and comments about a story being read
 
 
 

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