kindergarten

Readiness

As School, we desire to help your child to grow, in knowledge, personal self skill and charater. we do our best to help you parents make that happen. we provide the necessity for you to know how you could be able to help your child this summer for the next coming school year.

Parents, We are eagerly looking forward to having your child begin kindergarten at South Charlotte Baptist Academy. To get your child ready for the school year, we want to ask you to work on this “Readiness Checklist” over the course of the summer. Please be diligent and work hard. But, do not worry if you do not complete the list; they will still be able to start school. Have a wonderful summer! Pastor Campbell

Below are a number of lists to help you parents to work with your child during this summer. please make sure this is a continual habit not just a one time check mark. This is to help the child build his knowledge and character as well as teaching his to learn to be independent.

Math & Alphabet

  • Recognize and name basic shapes: square, circle, triangle, and rectangle

  • Recognize and name numbers 1-10, even when they are out of order.

  • Count to 20

  • Count to 10 objects pointing to each one as I count.

  • Say or sing the alphabet 

  • Recognize the letters of the alphabet, both uppercase and lowercase (even out of order)

  •    Identify colors in an 8-ct crayon pack

  •    Recognize my first name 

  •    Write my first name

  •    Sort items by size, color, or shape

  • Hold a book and turn pages 

  •    Tell if two words rhyme

  • Identify some letter sounds

  • Say my parents’ full names and phone numbers (at least one)

  • Know my birthday 

  • Know my address

  • Put on and zip my coat

  • Tie my shoes

  • Take turns and share

  • Sit quietly and listen

  • Follow simple directions

  • Use the bathroom by myself (including zipping and buttoning pants)

  • Put on my backpack

  • Hold a pencil or crayon

  • Cut with scissors

  • Put things away

  • Hang my backpack on a hook

  • Wash my hands with soap

  • Use a tissue to wipe or blow my nose

  • Cough into my elbow

  • Stand in line 

  • Raise my hand and wait to be called on

  • Open any food containers in my lunch

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Listening & Verbal Skill

  • Recognize and name basic shapes: square, circle, triangle, and rectangle

  • Recognize and name numbers 1-10, even when they are out of order.

  • Count to 20

  • Count to 10 objects pointing to each one as I count.

  • Say or sing the alphabet 

  • Recognize the letters of the alphabet, both uppercase and lowercase (even out of order)

  •    Identify colors in an 8-ct crayon pack

  •    Recognize my first name 

  •    Write my first name

  •    Sort items by size, color, or shape

  • Hold a book and turn pages 

  •    Tell if two words rhyme

  • Identify some letter sounds

  • Say my parents’ full names and phone numbers (at least one)

  • Know my birthday 

  • Know my address

  • Put on and zip my coat

  • Tie my shoes

  • Take turns and share

  • Sit quietly and listen

  • Follow simple directions

  • Use the bathroom by myself (including zipping and buttoning pants)

  • Put on my backpack

  • Hold a pencil or crayon

  • Cut with scissors

  • Put things away

  • Hang my backpack on a hook

  • Wash my hands with soap

  • Use a tissue to wipe or blow my nose

  • Cough into my elbow

  • Stand in line 

  • Raise my hand and wait to be called on

  • Open any food containers in my lunch

Read More >

Reading skill Writing 

  • Recognize and name basic shapes: square, circle, triangle, and rectangle

  • Recognize and name numbers 1-10, even when they are out of order.

  • Count to 20

  • Count to 10 objects pointing to each one as I count.

  • Say or sing the alphabet 

  • Recognize the letters of the alphabet, both uppercase and lowercase (even out of order)

  •    Identify colors in an 8-ct crayon pack

  •    Recognize my first name 

  •    Write my first name

  •    Sort items by size, color, or shape

  • Hold a book and turn pages 

  •    Tell if two words rhyme

  • Identify some letter sounds

  • Say my parents’ full names and phone numbers (at least one)

  • Know my birthday 

  • Know my address

  • Put on and zip my coat

  • Tie my shoes

  • Take turns and share

  • Sit quietly and listen

  • Follow simple directions

  • Use the bathroom by myself (including zipping and buttoning pants)

  • Put on my backpack

  • Hold a pencil or crayon

  • Cut with scissors

  • Put things away

  • Hang my backpack on a hook

  • Wash my hands with soap

  • Use a tissue to wipe or blow my nose

  • Cough into my elbow

  • Stand in line 

  • Raise my hand and wait to be called on

  • Open any food containers in my lunch

Read More >

Self Knowledge and personal skill 

  • Recognize and name basic shapes: square, circle, triangle, and rectangle

  • Recognize and name numbers 1-10, even when they are out of order.

  • Count to 20

  • Count to 10 objects pointing to each one as I count.

  • Say or sing the alphabet 

  • Recognize the letters of the alphabet, both uppercase and lowercase (even out of order)

  •    Identify colors in an 8-ct crayon pack

  •    Recognize my first name 

  •    Write my first name

  •    Sort items by size, color, or shape

  • Hold a book and turn pages 

  •    Tell if two words rhyme

  • Identify some letter sounds

  • Say my parents’ full names and phone numbers (at least one)

  • Know my birthday 

  • Know my address

  • Put on and zip my coat

  • Tie my shoes

  • Take turns and share

  • Sit quietly and listen

  • Follow simple directions

  • Use the bathroom by myself (including zipping and buttoning pants)

  • Put on my backpack

  • Hold a pencil or crayon

  • Cut with scissors

  • Put things away

  • Hang my backpack on a hook

  • Wash my hands with soap

  • Use a tissue to wipe or blow my nose

  • Cough into my elbow

  • Stand in line 

  • Raise my hand and wait to be called on

  • Open any food containers in my lunch

Read More >