The Kindergarten Toolkit is designed to aid parents in preparing their children for Kindergarten. In each box you’ll get four sets of notecards (numbers, letters, shapes, sight words), a whiteboard and marker, and the booklet that has the lessons and additional assessments included.
Personally, my son isn’t my best student. We try to work on learning letters or other things and he ends up frustrated or loses interest quickly. When I unpacked the Kindergarten Toolkit, he started going through the flashcards on his own. We went through the letters, numbers, and shapes and even worked on writing our numbers all in the first session. There was no pushing from me. There was a genuine interest in learning to write the numbers thanks to having his own whiteboard and marker. It’s so much more fun to practice on that than a regular piece of paper. :)
As a mom, I love how detailed the booklet is. The goals are broken down into mini-lessons and guide you through how to help your child learn. You don’t need to spend hours researching ideas because the booklet has so many great ones included. There are also assessment pages you can copy and use for multiple children.
The Kindergarten Toolkit is created by a Nashville mom who was a former elementary school teacher turned stay-at-home mom. She created the toolkit to prepare her own children and wants to share it with others.
The Kindergarten Toolkit can be used for many ages. You can start on the shapes and colors with your 2 year old and move on to other lessons as your child gets ready to start Kindergarten.
If you want to try out The Kindergarten Toolkit for yourself, you can learn more about it and purchase it here. Use code Preschool for free shipping!