Readiness for Kindergarten, Learning With Dr. Seuss, #9

And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street has a great idea for today: going for a walk and seeing what’s on your street.

When it comes to readiness for kindergarten there isn’t really a specific set of information that is helpful for kids to know. What’s important is that kids have practice learning about what’s all around them, playing and interacting with others and their surroundings. A walk in the neighborhood is a perfect way to have fun and learn at the same time. These pictures are from a walk with 2 & 3 year olds on our “Mulberry Street.” There was lots to see and talk about. We heard different sounds too and shared with everyone else when we got home.

Our walk was so much fun and a highlight of the day. There was no curriculum but there was lots of learning. What’s on your “Mulberry Street?”

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