Ready for School, Ready for Life
School ready children have the social and academic knowledge, skills, and behaviors that set them up for lifelong learning. School readiness occurs when families, schools, and communities support children to be successful in school and in life. In LA County, some schools use tools that assess incoming kindergartners on five areas of development – also known as “the five domains,” which provide insight into young children’s readiness for kindergarten. The five domains include social competence, emotional maturity, language and cognitive skills, communication skills and physical health and well-being. All children grow and develop at their own pace. This list of skills, knowledge, and behaviors help children be prepared to enter kindergarten. Use this checklist to identify the skills you can help your child develop in order to prepare them for lifelong learning.
Content Source: QSLA