Preparing high-risk urban children and their families for school:. Results of the Pre-K to Kindergarten Follow-up Study. Jacquelyn Vincson, Ph.D. Melissa J. Wilhelm, M.A. Jacqueline Robinson. Purpose of the Study.
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Results of the Pre-K to Kindergarten Follow-up Study
Jacquelyn Vincson, Ph.D.
Melissa J. Wilhelm, M.A.
This study pursued several questions regarding elementary school readiness of the children, including:
“I learned how to teach my child with things I have at home. So you can self-love through hands on experience. I now know we don’t need expensive toys. We can learn letters from cereal boxes or riding past signs on the street.”
“all of these learning ideas are really good, but what I really need is this…”
At the Beginning of the Year:
At the end of the Year:
Questions to Consider
(cognitive and social-emotional) that will support intervention models