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This research-based, electronic Parent Guide will allow you to provide the help parents need to determine if their child is "on track" at two, three and four years old when they need it—at home, at work, or wherever they have internet access!
Most preschool parents are anxious about every aspect of their children's lives. In particular, they want to know if their child is "normal," "advanced," or "behind." They ask: Where is my child developmentally? Are his language skills advanced or delayed? What can I do to foster social skills? Should my child know the ABCs and when? Should my child be able to get dressed without help? Should my child be toilet trained by three? Should my child cry when being put to bed or dropped off at preschool? And the list goes on and on. This research-based guide will allow you to provide the help parents need to determine if their child is "on track" at two, three and four years old. Also included is a list of skills most children should have achieved by kindergarten. This alone will help your teachers get a head start when the children arrive on the first day. The guide also suggests what to do (and where to go for help) if a child is lagging behind or seems to be advanced. A must for all parents of preschoolers.
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|Small District (Up to 2,500 Students)
|Medium District (Up to 25,000 Students)
|Large District (Over 25,000 Students)
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