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Lista de verificación para pre-escolar disponible para padres

Lista de verificación para pre-escolar disponible para padres

Lista de verificación para pre-escolar disponible para padres

Definition in the preparation of the checklist in Arkansas for the school: children have social and academic knowledge in school, skills and behaviors for school success and lifelong learning. School readiness occurs when families, schools and communities support all children, so that they succeed in school and in life.
 
This list of indicators identifies the skills, knowledge and behaviors that will help your child be prepared for that special day - go to daycare. The list is not a test. It is a tool you can use to help your child make the transition to pre-school.
 
EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
❏ Separates from the care or other adult from
trust
❏ Share, take turns and play
cooperatively with other children.
❏ Express basic emotions such as happiness,
sadness, anger or fear.
❏ Respond favorably to others "anguish
with words and actions "
❏ Recognize the similarities and differences in the
himself and others (for example, the boy or the girl,
hair and skin color)
 
COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT
❏ It's funny, interested and willing to try
new stuff.
❏ Complete a task such as working with
puzzle.
❏ Adapts to new situations
❏ Focuses and pays attention during a
activity that is repeated as history
❏ Attaches to memory games as
"What's missing" and card memory games
and simple coincidence.
❏ Use numbers - and letters as forms and / or
drawings that represent ideas or feelings.
 
PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT AND HEALTH
❏ Gallops, slides, jumps, slips and
jumps
❏ Steers a tricycle, swings on the beam, makes
figures in the sandbox.
❏ Intercept a ball with both hands.
❏ Passes and throws the ball.
❏ Kick the ball while running.
❏ Pour liquids without spilling them, build with
Legos® blocks or blocks.
❏ Use a 3-point grip, on pencil, brush
or paint brush.
❏ Makes a variety of lines and forms like
●, __, +, ■ and and ▲
❏ Use scissors to properly cut the
simple shapes and images.
❏ Buttons, zippers, laces and buckles.
❏ Name a variety of foods and
begins to classify foods as fruits
or vegetables.
❏ Is aware of safe behavior and
Follow basic rules of safety and routine.
❏ Takes responsibility for routines of
Self-care, how to wash your hands,
Brush your teeth, get dressed and use the bathroom.
❏ They can express their own needs for
health, such as: "I'm hungry", "It hurts
the head ", and" I'm tired ".
 
LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT
❏ Understand and increase the number and variety
of words to name objects, actions and
things he describes.
❏ Understand the questions Who, What, Why
and where.
❏ Perform directions of up to three steps.
❏ Use sentences of four to six words.
❏ Tell stories or say ideas more and more
Detailed
❏ Communicate with sufficient clarity as
to be understood by most people.
❏ Take turns in your conversations with others.
❏ Respond to the English language.
❏ Speaks and expresses in English.
 
EMERGING LITERACY IN ENGLISH
❏ Listen, count and participate in the story read.
❏ Participate in singing songs and making rhymes.
❏ Tells stories from favorite books and
personal experiences.
❏ Decide if two words rhyme, for example:
"cat" and "bat"
❏ Has books with the correct side facing
up, convert the pages from one to one
from the front to the back.
❏ Recognize images you see in your life
daily (for example: stop signs,
Wal-Mart and McDonald's logos)
❏ Recognize the names and some letters of the
alphabet, especially in his own name.
❏ Produce the right sounds for some of
the letters of the alphabet.
❏ Write some letters correctly,
especially those in their own name.
 
MATHEMATICAL THINKING
❏ Counting in sequence up to 20
❏ Understand and use terms such as:
the first, the second and last.
❏ Count objects using a number for each
object.
❏ Recognize four objects in a group without
tell.
❏ Recognize the numerals 1-10
❏ Classify objects by color, shape, and size.
❏ Recognize and repeat patterns as Triangle,
Square, Triangle, Square.
❏ Measure and compare the height of objects.
❏ Place the objects from the shortest to the most
long, (for example, footwear size or
different lengths of yarn)
❏ Recognize family names and forms such as
the Square, Triangle, Circle and Rectangle.
❏ Understand and use words such as: inside,
outside, above, below, above and below.
 
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
❏ Ask about the world around you (for
example, "what plants do you need to grow?")
❏ Recognizes that living beings change with
time (for example, babies grow and
they turn into adults and the seeds grow and they
they turn into plants.)
❏ Recognize and name these five colors: red,
blue, yellow, green and black.
❏ Use simple technology, devices such
as a touch screen, electronic books, or
digital camera.
 
SOCIAL STUDIES
❏ Know your own first and last name, age, and
he knows the names of the members of his
family.
❏ Understand and talk about today, yesterday, tomorrow,
in the afternoon and at night.
❏ Is aware of the buildings that are
family or special places in the community
like your house, your school, the supermarket and the
Park.
 
CREATIVITY AND ESTETICA
❏ Enjoy singing and moving to the beat and
music speed.
❏ Explore the drawing with colored pencils and
markers.
❏ Enjoy pretending to play a sound)
for example, swinging a doll,
driving a truck, pretending to speak for a
toy phone).
 
 
Adopted by the Arkansas Early Childhood Commission on 1/17/17.