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Kindergarten Readiness Indicator Checklist:
Does this child use effective oral communication skills and speak in complete sentences?
Does this child understand and follow directions with at least two steps?
Which one is like this one? (Point to the bus)
Which one is different?
Which book is on the top?
Which book is on the bottom?
These ducks are going home, which one is first?
These elephants are going to school, which one is last?
Where is the big sun?
Where is the little dog?
Who is up?
Who is on the down?
Does this child make simple predictions and comment about a story being read?
Find two that are the same.
Which one goes in the box?
What does the baby need?
Which one goes next?
Does this child recognize and repeat auditory patterning sequence?
Does this child recite or participate in songs or fingerplays?
Can this child retell a story after listening with pictures?
Can this child put a four-piece puzzle together?
Colors: Points or Identifies 5
What rhymes or sounds the same as dog?
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Can this child make three letter/ sound matches?
Does this child use symbols or drawings to express ideas?
How many squares are there?
There are three blue squares and two red squares. How many squares are there all together?
There are five blue squares and I take away two. (Click the mouse)
How many squares are left?
Put the numerals in order. 3 2 154
3 2 1 54
3 21 54
321 5 4
Can this child count to ten?
Are there more red squares or blue squares?
Are there less green squares or yellow squares?
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