Starting School Mommy Mommy: How to Survive the First Day of Kindergarten and the First Year [NOOK Book]

Overview

Starting Kindergarten: How to Prepare You and your Child.
Make the first day of Kindergarten a breeze.
What to expect your first year of kindergarten.
How to get through a difficult time.
Letting go- helping hints for the Cling On Mom

How your child will handle separation on the first day of kindergarten. ...
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Starting School Mommy Mommy: How to Survive the First Day of Kindergarten and the First Year

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Overview

Starting Kindergarten: How to Prepare You and your Child.
Make the first day of Kindergarten a breeze.
What to expect your first year of kindergarten.
How to get through a difficult time.
Letting go- helping hints for the Cling On Mom

How your child will handle separation on the first day of kindergarten. Some kids will cling to their mom in terror, while others will skip happily off without even a looking back in mom's direction. If your child leans toward the former behavior, don't be alarmed. Starting school is big step for children, and the anxiety they experience is a perfectly normal part of the developmental process. Nevertheless, there are ways you can make this transition easier for your child.
Learn and be prepared to help your child with one of the biggest transitions in his/her life.
Steps to get your child ready for kindergarten and the first year of Kindergarten.
The important things your child should know before starting Kindergarten.
Kindergarten has changed drastically in the past few years and has become more focused on learning and less focused on playing. Starting school can be very stressful for both parent and child, but helping your child prepare for kindergarten will help both of you feel more confident in his or her abilities when the time comes. There are a few basic things you can teach your child that will give them the knowledge they need to be successful and develop a high self-esteem.
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Editorial Reviews

Mrs. Jean Riley
Kindergarten Certified Teacher of 37 years:
Exceptional information for parents on starting Kindergarten and the information on the school year.
I highly recommend this book and encourage parents to read and do the practice steps located in the book. Helpful strategic steps to start your child off in the right direction.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013181403
  • Publisher: Day to Day Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/6/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 103 KB

Meet the Author

Sheryl L. Proemm is a clever writer that has been successful at many things. She enjoys writing many things from serious to off the wall humor.

Her attention turned increasingly to writing for young adults and teens with much success.

Sheryl gets many of her ideas after raising three teens of her own, along with the many other children that were always warmly welcomed in her home.
She now enjoys watching her children raise her five grand children.
Sheryl's education includes Economics, degree in Nursing, Medical Law and Creative Writing.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 27, 2011

    Very good book

    The book has information for new mothers of pre school and kindergarten. A friend recommended this book since I wanted to homeschool my daughter because she is so small. I was afraid to send her to school and started home schooling her the first month. After dealing with the huge amount of things you have to go through to homeschool I was hopeless. This book was very helpful
    Megs Mom

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 20, 2011

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    I found this book a little to late. My daughter started kindergarten last week. Still this book had enough information to help with my daughters transition into the big world.
    I would recommend this book to any parent that has a child in elementary school or will be starting school in the next couple of years.
    Kay

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