Kindergarten Checklist

MANY kids start Kindergarten already far behind their peers!

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There are 10 key things to focus on.

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2 year olds should begin to...

Use their hands to manipulate objects to experiment with such as fill, stack, dump and pour.

Jump, run, climb, and roll around

Talk in 2-3 word sentences, respond to simple questions, and begin to use new vocabulary

Kid stacking blocks

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3 year olds should begin to...

Use coloring or painting materials by drawing straight lines or circles.

Sit and listen for about 8 minutes with a book read to them.

Sing, pretend, or build structures using their imagination.

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4 year olds should begin to...

Cut simple things with scissors

Count and recognize quantities up to 10

Tell basic stories about things they’ve read or done.

Recognize a couple letter sounds such as the first letter of their name?

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Go through the checklist to discover:

  • What 10 things your child needs,
  • What you can do to help,
  • And spend the right amount of time on the right things!

Build Connection

Inspire Play

Learn along the way!

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Every child should be ready for K and every mom should feel confident that SIMPLE is GOOD!

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Hi! I’m Anita and I’m here to help you and your child connect, play and learn because my mission is to help moms feel confident with simple ideas and activities for young children.

Each activity whether it’s focused on behavior or learning goals, I guarantee they will help you and your child feel more successful and prepare for what’s ahead.

Activities shouldn’t feel like more work. Instead, the routines and the various parts of a child’s day should determine what you do. Every child and every family is unique. 

I help moms take an expectation and break it into manageable, bite size pieces that align with the child’s interests and their family goals.