Kindergarten Readiness and Later Outcomes
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When you work with young children you see first hand how important kindergarten is for a student. It is the year that students continue to develop self-regulation, self-care, academic, and social emotional skills. Kindergarten readiness is all about what children need to start kindergarten with skills such as language, early literacy, math, fine motor, gross motor, self-care, and social emotional. Recent research examined kindergarten readiness and academic, psychological, and health risks by end of high school.
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