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What is Kindergarten Screening?
"Kindergarten screening is a way to gauge your child’s current functioning and growth. It is a brief evaluation or assessment of several developmental domains of functioning in young children that typically takes place prior to the beginning of kindergarten. Typical areas of development that are assessed in kindergarten screening include communication or language skills, motor skills such as fine and gross motor, social skills involving adults and peers, adaptive behavior such as self-help skills and independent functioning, and pre-academic skills such as counting, naming colors, naming letters and sounds, and answering general information questions." Kindergarten screening looks different at each school. It is not an assessment you need to get your child "ready" or prepared for. It is also a great time for your child to meet with some of the teachers and staff that they will see at school. You can read more about what (general) Kindergarten screening is below.
More information here: http://psychlearningcurve.org/kindergarten-screening/#:~:text=Kindergarten%20screening%20is%20a%20way,to%20the%20beginning%20of%20kindergarten.
|| Jessica Bryant