Define basic skills children should have when they begin kindergarten #4460


Define basic skills children should have when they begin kindergarten

At our child care center, we understand the importance of preparing children for kindergarten. Our central objective is to define the basic skills children should have when they begin kindergarten. One crucial aspect is the development of social emotional skills, which play a vital role in establishing a strong foundation for their academic journey.

Trainings incorporating this outcome


120 hours courses
IACET accredited logo 12 CEUs
online
4.8/5
$400

45 hours courses
IACET accredited logo 4.5 CEUs
online
4.8/5
$250
IACET accredited logo 4.5 CEUs
online
5/5
$250
IACET accredited logo 4.5 CEUs
online
4.6/5
$399

24 hours courses

18 hours courses

5 hours courses

3 hours courses

Related Outcomes

  1. Describe the importance of social emotional skill development in children entering kindergarten.
  2. Define and identify common signs and behaviors of children and youth with depression.
  3. Use developed methods to teach children a large body of general knowledge that supports emerging math skills
  4. Define mental health and its Indicators in infants and young children.
  5. Demonstrate communication skills that enable intercultural communication, including effective listening skills
  6. Define and identify common signs and behaviors of children and youth with developmental disabilities.
  7. Distinguish how to adapt arts and crafts for younger children and children with different abilities.
  8. Define and identify common signs and behaviors of children and youth with ADHD.
  9. Define and identify common signs and behaviors of children and youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
  10. Identify the basic musical milestones in children aged from birth to 5 years.
  11. Define social emotional development in young children
  12. Define and identify common signs and behaviors of children and youth with fragile x syndrome.
  13. Describe strategies to support the development of mathematical skills in school age children.
  14. Define self-esteem and identify issues and strategies for support of school age children.
  15. Explain developed methods to teach children a large body of general knowledge that supports emerging math skills
  16. Describe strategies to support school age childrens language and literacy skills.
  17. Define and identify common signs and behaviors of children and youth with anxiety.
  18. Demonstrate an understanding of emerging literacy skills in young children.
  19. Define and identify common signs and behaviors of children and youth with cerebral palsy.
  20. Define active play in the early childhood classroom and describe its benefits for young children.

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