Whether it is your first child heading to kindergarten or your youngest, this is a big transition for any family. The first day of kindergarten is just a mixture of emotions for parents and children, for the teachers as well. Making sure that you and your child are prepared for this big step is important
Parents of preschool-aged children will want to attend the Miami Valley Schools event this February 27th. Ann Anzalone, a nationally known, dynamic speaker and experienced trainer will present “What Every Kindergartener Needs to Know” at 7:00 pm with master level teachers Janice Krochmal and Jennifer George. Attend to determine if your student is on track for their Kindergarten experience.
Miami Valley School Kindergarten Teacher Janice Krochmal believes a child’s prime learning years occur from birth to five years old. This is where the mind is most elastic and absorbent. A student in a learning environment at this age is learning more than just the basics of math, language, and science. Miami Valley School Kindergarten teacher Jennifer George sees the same thing when she is preparing for classes. She understands the “early years are the building blocks, the foundation” for future success.
For the past 30 years, Ann Anzalone has conducted workshops for K-12 teachers, administrators, and parents, as well as for businesses and corporations. Ann is a teacher’s teacher, specializing in communication skills, community building, learning styles, cooperative learning, study skills and stress management.
“What Every Kindergartener Needs to Know” will be an informative event taking place at the Miami Valley School Gallery. To register for this event and for more information on what these future students need, go to www.heretheybecome.com to download the free guide and reserve your spot today.