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Moms should take a test to know whether your children are suitable to the kindergarten or not.  You may all think it’s necessary to find an environment in which your children (especially the ones at 4-5 years old) can make lots of same-aged friends and be happy when playing as well as learning the first social skills. Taking children to kindergartens has become so common that most moms forget the fact that their children may not be ready to go to the strange places. To solve the problem, moms should answer the 71 following questions.

Moms should take a test to know whether your children are suitable to the kindergarten or not.

Moms should take a test to know whether your children are suitable to the kindergarten or not.

Adaption

Learning ability

·         Are your children excited with and ready to the learning?

·         Do they independent?

·         Are your children sociable and able to play with friends?

Self-controlling ability

·         Do your children follow the rules?

·         Do your children know how to shift the present activity to another?

·         Are all of their activities normal?

Kindergarten children know how to shift the present activities to another.

Kindergarten children know how to shift the present activities to another.

Social interacting ability

·         Do they find it easy to interact with one or many other children?

·         Do they find it easier to interact with familiar adults?

·         Do they take part in group activities?

·         Do they know how to get along with friends?

·         Do they stay in the line and share?

·         Do they gather their toys after playing?

Conflict resolution

·         Do they ask older people for help when they can’t handle on their own?

·         Do they use word to solve the conflict?

Language ability

Do they listen and understand the instruction and conversation?

Do they listen and understand the instruction and conversation?

Listening

·         Do they listen and understand the instruction and conversation?

·         Do they follow an instruction?

·         Do they follow 2 instructions?

Talking

·         Do they have the ability to express clearly that everyone can understand without setting in a certain context?

·         Do they understand the sequences of some simple process?

Reading

·         Are they attracted to things around?

·         Are they interested in books?

·         Can they retell a story or event?

·         Can they retell a story with logical sequences?

Writing

·         Do they use images to express an idea?

·         Do they express their idea by combining gestures and symbols?

Knowledge about the alphabet

Can they define the capital?

Can they define the capital?

·         Have they memorized the alphabet?

·         Can they define the capital?

·         Can they define the lowercase?

·         Do they know how to use capital?

·         Do they know how to use lowercase?

Mathematical thinking

Recognize the relation

·         Can they recognize colors, shapes and sizes?

·         Can they classify things by basing on common attribute?

·         Can they recognize the simple forms and replicate them?

The concept about numbers and usages

Can they count from 1 to 10?

Can they count from 1 to 10?

·         Can they count from 1 to 20?

·         Can they count from 1 to 10?

·         Can they pair the number?

·         Can they recognized things by name them from 1 to 10?

Geometry and partial relationships

·         Can they classify round, square, rectangular, triangular?

·         Do they understand the concept about position/orientation (for example: up-down, under-below, inside, outside, front-behind, next to-between, tall-short, left-right, first-last, far-near, go-stop)?

Measurement

·         Can they understand and use words that indicate comparison (for example: big-small, short-long, tall-short, fast-slow, less-more, empty-full…)?

Physical development

Exercises

Do they ride tricycles?

Do they ride tricycles?

·         Do they ride tricycles?

·         Do they jump at a pot and land on 2 feet?

·         Do they bounce 7 successive times?

·         Do they maintain the balance one foot?

·         Do they make a 2-3-feet long jump?

·         Do they throw a ball 1.5 meters away?

·         Do they catch a ball and throw it by the hands and bodies?

·         Do they climb on a ladder?

Ingenuity

·         Can they match 10 pieces up?

·         Can they string 4-5 beads in 2 minutes?

·         Can they finish 7 interlocked pieces?

·         Can they shape the cake, snake and ball?

·         Do they hold the pencil right?

·         Can they draw the vertical lines, horizontal lines, circles, diagonals, squares, chevrons and triangles?

·         Can they form their names?

·         Can they hold the scissors tight and control them precisely?

·         Can they cut the paper straight?

·         Can they cut the square in the paper?

·         Can they cut the cut the triangle in the paper?

·         Can they cut the round from the paper?

·         Can they use the glue to stick suitably?

Can they hold the scissors tight and control them precisely?

Can they hold the scissors tight and control them precisely?

Art

·         Can they classify 10 colors: red, yellow, blue, green, orange, purple, white, brown and pink?

·         Do the express the thinking and feeling through the painting?

·         Do they take part in the sing?

·         Do they take part in the dancing groups?

Do the express the thinking and feeling through the painting?

Do the express the thinking and feeling through the painting?

Acting

·         Can they act well?

·         Can they play many characters?

 

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