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It's something they need to know by the end of the year but some of the concepts are so central to reading that many kids will pick them up just because someone reads to them. Still, if you are reading to your kids, it can't hurt to add some of these as you read. They are the building blocks for understanding the code of written language.BigJon wrote:Is that tested more towards the beginning of the year or the end? There is some advanced stuff for typical kids just entering kindergarten.
GreatCarouser wrote: This is part of the reason some kids don't learn to read well. They just never get exposed to the printed word through newspapers and books until they get to school. Even if they start to take advantage in Kindergarten they are behind.
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