Skills your child needs to know before starting kindergarten
Worried your child is delayed from the pandemic? It isn’t too late to help many pandemic babies catch up.
Childhood is full of “firsts,” and your child starting kindergarten is up there with one of the biggest.
“It’s the start of a partnership between the parent and the child’s educational experience,” says Adrianna Bravo, MD, FAAP, pediatrician and senior medical advisor for Inspire Diagnostics. “This is an experience that will last for a long time—at least until high school and possibly into higher education.”
Here are some tips on what to do if you think your child isn’t hitting recommended developmental milestones.