Karen Quinn has successfully taught hundreds of parents how to prepare their children for testing, and Testing For Kindergarten is her ultimate, comprehensive guide to having fun while teaching to the underlying abilities every test assesses. Whether your child is going to a private kindergarten or a public school, he or she will most likely be testedaand placed in classrooms according to those results. But information about intelligence tests is closely guarded, and it can be difficult to understand what your kids need to know. As an expert who has successfully taught hundreds of parents how to work with their own children, Karen Quinn has written the ultimate guide to preparing your child for kindergarten testing. The activities she suggests are not about ateaching to the test.a They are about having fun while teaching to the underlying abilities every test assesses. From the arighta way to have a conversation to natural ways to bring out your childas inner math geek, Quinn shares the techniques that every parent can do with their kids to give them the best chance to succeed in school and beyond. Itas just good parentingaand better test scores are icing on the cake.If the answer is yes, ask how her skills will be measured and what she must achieve in order to move. vv If your child is placed in the ... your child is placed in the slowest or middle math group, two effective and inexpensive sources of help are Time4learning.com and Kumon.com. You can also go to Internet4classrooms .com (pre-K resources/mathematics) for free online activities to build early math skills.
|Title||:||Testing for Kindergarten|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2010-07-06|