Prepare your kindergartner for the start of school with activities, stories, and just plain talk about the exciting journey ahead.
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How you can help at home: These games and activities will provide hours of fun, and help your child succeed in kindergarten, too.
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Playful tasks with everyday objects - like counting coins - can help your child reach her math milestones.
As you prepare for the first day of kindergarten, you'll want to be informed well in advance about requirements for kindergarten entrance and registration.
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