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Kindergarten Readiness Checklist (page 3)

— Get Ready to Read (National Center for Learning Disabilities)
Updated on Apr 30, 2014

Social/Emotional

  Fall Winter Spring
Identifies self as a boy or girl
 
 
 

Knows first and last name
 
 
 

Knows parent's first and last name
 
 
 

Identifies age
 
 
 

Makes needs known
 
 
 

Interacts with other children
 
 
 

Demonstrates independence in personal care (washing hands, dressing, bathroom use)
 
 
 

Separates from parents by appearing comfortable and secure without parent
 
 
 

 


Physical Development

  Fall Winter Spring

Uses writing and drawing tools and child-sized scissors with control and intention

 

 

 

 

Copies figures such as:

     
(straight line)
 
 
 
O (circle)
 
 
 
Square
 
 
 
+
 
 
 

Demonstrates gross motor skills:

     
Hops
 
 
 
Jumps
 
 
 
Runs
 
 
 
Catches and bounces ball
 
 
 

 

These Kindergarten Readiness Indicators have been adapted by the National Center for Learning Disabilities, Inc, with permission from the Arkansas Department of Human Resources, Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education.

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