Too many students are arriving to school unprepared for the academic and social experience of kindergarten. What can parents do to make sure that their child enters the classroom primed for learning? Here’s a list of five teacher-approved areas that parents can focus on to make sure that their preschooler is kindergarten-ready.
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Lisa Bliss has been teaching Spanish at the secondary level in Farmington, Minnesota in Independent School District 192, for the last 10 years. She earned two bachelors degrees in 2007 from the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire in Spanish education and elementary education. She earned her masters degree in 2012 from Concordia University in differentiated instruction.
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