Graduate Project Title
Kindergarten Readiness: A Checklist for Parents and Teachers
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Harold S. Williams
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Steven W. Nourse
The standards for kindergarten are being raised each year. Kindergarten is no longer a place for play and socializing. Instead, children are expected to read, write and use mathematical concepts. Using the questionnaire to evaluate a child will allow for communication between parents and teachers as to whether or not the child is ready to take on the new challenges of kindergarten. Providing feedback for parents as to what their child needs to work on to be adequately prepared for kindergarten, will help children to be more successful at the beginning of their school years.
Wolfe, Monica Rose, "Kindergarten Readiness: A Checklist for Parents and Teachers" (2002). All Graduate Projects. 796.
Early Childhood Education Commons, Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons