Preparing your child for the school year ahead will depend on the model of learning your child will be starting, or returning to, but here we’ll be focusing on how parents can encourage a smooth transition for their children as they embark on in-person schooling.
Just as adults require time to unwind, explore interests and hobbies, or engage in self-care practices, so do our children. Although it’s generally preferred that our children gain the necessary educational tools in order to be “successful” down the road, it’s just as important for them to engage in play activities along the way.
Kindergarten is so much more than toy wars and chocolate milk surprises—it’s where creative thinking skills emerge! Teaching creative thinking skills in kindergarten helps children to explore not just themselves but the world around them.
Certain questions regarding the school readiness of your kid are bound to revolve in your mind. And, this is quite common and relatable. As parents, you are overly concerned about your child at this particular stage and it’s completely natural. Let’s understand in detail what needs to be done before your little one places his/her foot in kindergarten.
Children and adults with ASD typically have particular characteristics in common, however, the range and intensity of the disability vary causing some individuals to be mildly impaired by their symptoms, while others are severely disabled.