By Orlene Goguen. Worksheet. Published at Sunday, March 03rd, 2019 - 23:00:01 PM.
Basic Motor Skills. The ability to hold pencils and crayons, use a paintbrush and cut with scissors are also skills that are assumed will be mastered upon entering kindergarten. As a parent, you can help your child hone these skills by providing plenty of practice at home. If you are not the crafty type, there are many websites available that offer simple instructions for basic arts and craft projects that allow children to master their motor skills before entering school.
Do you need to cook or bake something? Show your child how to do the measuring. In need of a simple home repair? Ask your child to get you what you need and how many you need. Vacuuming? Ask your child to count how many swipes it takes to get all the way across the room. They can either watch you or do the vacuuming themselves. Time to pick up clutter? How many things are misplaced? The person who finds the most gets to get out of doing dishes.
Letters and Numbers. Most kindergarteners are expected to have a basic understanding of their letters and numbers. They don't need to be reading books when they start the first day of school but being able to recognize the letters of the alphabet and basic numbers is important. Children should also know how to write most of their letters and numbers and be able to recite them. Whether or not your child went to preschool, you can reinforce these skills at home with kindergarten games for kids online. There are a variety of sites that work on these important skills, as well as provide printable worksheets to allow your child even more practice without the use of a computer.
The first step is to consider the correct or appropriate font to use - the bigger the better. Avoid fonts such as the Roman Script as the curls and curves of the letters may be confusing. For kids, fun fonts such as the Comic Sans MS are advisable. It can be used as standard fonts for worksheets especially when bugger fonts are needed. Note that the font size itself may differ depending on the age of the students. So when writing worksheets for kids, font sizes between 14 and 18 are suggested.
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