It is also good to talk to your child's PreK teacher! They will have the best idea if your child will meet the social and academic expectations for Kindergarten. Many children benefit from another year of PreK. It is better not to push children into an environment andhave them struggle academically and socially. If children enjoy and gain confidence in Kindergarten, it sets them up for a positive outlook on learning!
You can help prepare them now
If your child hasn't mastered these 10 skills, continue working on developing those at home! You can also help your child learn by playing games, doing puzzles, practicing cutting activities, coloring, using letter and number flash cards, and reading to your child daily!