All last week we touched on the preschool assessments, and why they matter, what they look like. Cognitive and thinking it through, to how they play with friends, and how well they understand real versus make believe.
As promised today I have a handful of resources you can use.
If you have a three year old, four year old, or five year old. And you will notice on the left side of each page that opens up there are other ages listed. There's even a checklist on each page, that you can print out and use. It's fantastic for taking to your teacher, or doctor with any questions or concerns you have, or they have.
And if you scroll down on the page for the age, you will see they also list some - hey pay attention, if you aren't seeing this, let's get an opinion about what we can do differently to make sure your child is on track.
There's also an app that the CDC has put together for families, and it's completely free - you can find it here.
One last thing - if this information series has left you worried, concerned, unsure - there are resources for that too! Click HERE
Until next time, take care of you!
Director of Over The Bay Pre-K