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    Kindergarten in the 1870s was a place for the middle class children in Canada. However, the late into the 19th century kindergarten changed. It went from being a “novel childrearing alternative for the educated middle-classes and a popular means of maintaining cultural heritage among German immigrants, to becoming a widespread form of upper and middle class women's philanthropic work with poor children and an integral part of many public school systems” (Lazerson, 1973 from Dehli, 2014, p. 15). In

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    Imagine two parents who have a child getting ready to go to kindergarten. They are very smart and seem completely prepared for this big milestone. There is only one problem, her child’s birthday does not meet the cutoff date. Now she is faced with the decision of where to educate her child. Does she put her child back in preschool? Should she homeschool her child until the next school year? This is an obstacle faced by many parents all over the country whose children do not meet the cutoff age for

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    Effects of Full-Day Kindergarten on the Long-Term Health Prospects of Children in Low-Income and Racial/Ethnic-Minority Populations Introduction Researchers have found out that the only way to help children that are from (minority and low income) families to be able to meet up with children from majority families in terms of education, language, fine motor skills and good cognitive process is for them to participate in full-day kindergarten as compared to half-day kindergarten. As half- day kindergarten

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    Years ago, kindergarten classes were created as private institutions to teach children the basic daily living skills, not academic skills, like reading or writing. Then a shift emerged, the Federal Government required kindergarten to be offered in public schools throughout the United States and many states complied. Over the years, in the United States, kindergarten essentially has become an academic preparation for the first grade. Although at present, enrollment in Kindergarten is not mandatory

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    Concept of Kindergarten Readiness Kindergarten readiness is a term that one hears in preschools all over the country. It is of very high concern to parents and teachers alike. What is kindergarten readiness? Graue (2010) reminds us that “it has been generally accepted and reliably supported that kindergarten readiness is determined by more than age”. It is a broader concept of the skills necessary to make a smooth transition to the kindergarten classroom so that they can be successful (Wesley &

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    Attending kindergarten can be the source of the best memories from childhood years. The first time making friends, having a teacher, and actively learning is a memorable experience in a lot of people’s lives. It would be ideal if every person started their education journey with this shared experience. However, this is not the case. In the United States, 35 of the 50 states have no laws requiring citizens to attend kindergarten, and among them five do not even require the school districts to offer

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    Title How Pre-Kindergarten Programs Increase Literacy and Prepare Children for Kindergarten Justina Jefferson Walden University Tools for Doctoral Research (EDDD - 8003 - 2) Background/Introduction The problem that I would like to address is how pre-kindergarten programs increase literacy and prepare children for kindergarten. Researching this problem will allow me to explore early literacy programs and how they implement literacy programs that facilitate the development

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    Kindergarten Vocabulary: A Literature Review of Effective Instruction Introduction When students enter into the kindergarten classroom, they are greeted with a plethora of new knowledge that they may have previously not had exposure, such as phonics, phonemic awareness, fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary. Within these, vocabulary is often a major struggle for many children in kindergarten. Young children are often exposed to vocabulary through conversations, but not in a manner of teaching

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    The Truths About Preschool And Kindergarten In America and How it is Benefiting Our Kids Introduction In my research essay I will be researching and talking about the early childhood education in America. In addition to that I will talk about the benefits it is having on our children from what I have learned from my sources, and how teachers of early education are being equipped to handle these classrooms

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    abstract will be explaining kindergarten readiness, how to tell if your child is ready for kindergarten, and what you can do to help your child succeed in kindergarten. Some people may wonder what exactly is kindergarten readiness, well kindergarten readiness is basically when a child is usually mentally, physically, and emotionally ready to start kindergarten and interact with his or her own peers. Usually, to tell whether or not your child is ready for kindergarten most schools have a cutoff date

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