provenance61 Posted October 6, 2012 Share Posted October 6, 2012 Our daughter just started kindergarten. She is in an inclusion classroom b/c of a vision impairment. Most of the work they are doing now though I would think is not K level. She was in the same school last two years for part-time inclusion preschool. This fall they are beginning to sort by attributes. Following directions (color this thing yellow, the apples red). I don't even think they have started working on patterns yet. Recognizing letters. All of this she has done at least a year back in preschool. We are in a "good" school district, I am just trying to get a handle on whether for any reason they might be moving slower in the inclusion class. It is also only a 3 hour program in our district, and with specials every day. They also include a play period (which is good, except it's such a short program anyway). Our son did PS kindergarten but it was 5 years ago and another school, he was also reading a year before starting. DD is on target in all areas, and on DIBELS reading readiness they gave all kids -- she is just starting to recognize words. The inclusion class is good however in a smaller ratio and DD needs assistance with magnification etc. b/c of vision. If you are willing to share the kinds of beginning kindergarten work your child is doing, it would be helpful. Thanks! Amy Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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