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Take a Field Trip to a Kindergarten Class | KidVision Pre-K

Take a Field Trip to a Kindergarten Class | KidVision Pre-K


(playful music) – Today we are at
Oakridge Elementary School to find out about kindergarten. It is a very exciting time. You are growing up, learning new things, and making new friends. Come on, lets go. So Mrs. Blake, we are so
excited to be in kindergarten. Could you tell us a skill
that we need to learn to be ready to start
kindergarten on the right foot. – Well the most important thing to know to start kindergarten is how
to take care of yourself. Such as how to use the
bathroom by yourself, how to finish all your work by yourself, and how to serve yourself lunch. (chewing) – What is another important
skill for children to know to start kindergarten? – Well we need to know how
to follow classroom rules, and in our classroom we
have some important rules such as walking in a line, listening quietly, making friends, and cleaning up after yourself. – Could you tell us some
school rules Danielle? – Yes. – What rules do you remember? – Sit quietly. – And do you know another one? – Raise your hand. – Very good. It sounds like it’s important to know how to be a good friend. – Well you make friends
by treating each other as you’d like to be treated. To be a friend or make a friend you have to be a friend. – This is a very important question. Do children need to know
how to read and write before they start kindergarten? – Well the most important thing children need to know is how to
read their own name. – And how do you write your name? Your first and your last name? – They write their names
starting with a capital letter and using lower case letters
for the rest of their name. – Those are very important skills to know. Do you need to know how to write your first and your last name? – Just your first name at
the beginning of the year, and then we’ll work on
the last name later. – The four important things then to know before you start kindergarten are how to take care of yourself, how to follow rules,
how to be a good friend, and how to write your name in upper and then lower case letters. – If they know all those they’ll
be ready for kindergarten. – Thank you Mrs. Blake,
and thank you children for showing us what to
do to start kindergarten on the right foot. We’re gonna be ready right? – Yeah. (playful music)


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