Transition to Kindergarten Parent Guides: Are There Books to Read to Get My Child Ready for Kindergarten?
Here are some great books that are fun. They can help your child be aware of the kindergarten routines:
- Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Kindergarten-But Didn't Know Who to Ask (Scholastic Parent Bookshelf) -- by Ellen Booth Church.
- Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten [Miss Bindergarten Books (Paperback))] -- by Joseph Slate, Ashley Wolff (Illustrator).
- The Night Before Kindergarten -- by Natasha Wing (Illustrator), Julie Durrell (Illustrator).
- Tiptoe Into Kindergarten -- by Jacqueline Rogers (Illustrator).
- Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come! (Picture Puffins) -- by Nancy L. Carlson.
- Welcome to Kindergarten -- by Anne Rockwell (Illustrator);
Reprinted with the permission of the Michigan Department of Education. © 2001-2007 State of Michigan
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