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Kindergarten: Blocks, Sand and Water
Blocks, sand, and water are standard learning areas in Kindergarten classrooms.
ASQ Activities for Children Ages 3 - 5
Try these fun and easy activities with your 3, 4 or 5-year-old—a great way to have fun together and encourage your child’s healthy development.
ASQ: Social Emotional Development Guides
Learn what types of behaviors to expect from your growing child for 36 months, 48 months and 60 months.
Kindergarten: Learning Through Inquiry
Children are naturally curious about their surroundings. They want to explore and investigate how things work and why things happen the way they do.
Kindergarten: Literacy for Learning
Before going to school, children have already had a wide range of experiences with spoken, written, and visual communication. A child’s success in school and throughout life depends in large part on the ability to be literate.
Kindergarten: Making Meaning of Mathmatics
Young children come to school already knowing a great deal about mathe-matics. They have an intuitive knowledge of mathematics which they have developed through their curiosity about the world in which they live and the experiences that they have had in it.
Kindergarten: The Power of Play-Based Learning
Play is how children make sense of the world. Much of children’s learning takes place through play. Play is so important in the lives of children that it has been recognized by the United Nations as a specific right.
Kindergarten: The Learning Environment
When planning the learning environment, the educator team considers how they use the space both inside and outside the classroom; how they use the time throughout the day, and the kinds of materials and resources that they provide for the children.