How To Prepare For Kindergarten

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Pub Date 06 Sep 2022 | Archive Date 22 Jan 2023

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A first of its kind book on how to prepare for kindergarten - reviewed by widely known NYU Professor of Childhood Education and Elementary School Teachers. It takes children and parents on an endearing and mindful journey, filled with beautiful illustrations, on how to learn the alphabet, numbers, sight words, read, make friends, and cope with the jitters of the first day of kindergarten. Written by a speech/debate-winning author. Proceeds will go to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to help fight cancer.

A first of its kind book on how to prepare for kindergarten - reviewed by widely known NYU Professor of Childhood Education and Elementary School Teachers. It takes children and parents on an...


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Professional Reviews

How to Prepare for Kindergarten is perfect for children and parents alike. Gabriella S. Rajguru offers tips on how to jump into the joy of learning for the development of the whole child. The book guides young children to self-direction for how to learn valuable information, including the alphabet, colors and numbers, and how to apply their knowledge to the world around them. The bold illustrations convey her message so that all children will have confidence on their first day of school.


- Dr. Okhee Lee, Professor of Childhood Education, New York University


Gabriella S. Rajguru invites future kindergarten students, parents, and educators to go on a mindful journey with her of self-discovery. She writes about the importance that families have in creating a safe place to talk about worries and fears as well as the significant role they have in developing their child's learning. She shares the importance of mindfulness, dedication to learning skills, play, social-emotional learning, and faith and how all these elements contribute to developing the whole child. Young children will love this book and be excited about their first day of school!


- Cristina Iribarne, Elementary Reading Specialist; M.A. Literacy Specialist and Intellectual Disabilities/Autism from Teachers College, Columbia University


How to Prepare for Kindergarten by Gabriella S. Rajguru is a must-read for any child who is about to begin their kindergarten journey. Since the book is authored by a current K-12 student, who is not far removed from the kindergarten experience, the main character's feelings of worry and excitement are genuine and palpable. The crisp illustrations make this story of a soon-to-be kindergartener truly come to life. Readers of all ages can relate to the feelings of anticipation expertly reflected in this work!


- Juliette Guarino Berg, Lower School Science Teacher at The Town School; M.S. Childhood Education, Hunter College; BA, Biological Sciences and Comparative Literature, Binghamton University







Professional Reviews

How to Prepare for Kindergarten is perfect for children and parents alike. Gabriella S. Rajguru offers tips on how to jump into the joy of learning for the development of the...


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EDITION Hardcover
ISBN 9781088067079
PRICE $19.99 (USD)
PAGES 28

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How To Prepare for Kindergarten by Gabrella S Rajguru was a heartwarming book to read with my soon to be kindergartener. I loved the example tasks that were given throughout that help you prepare for kindergarten such as, learning the days of the week, memory games, and letter recognition. Going into the kindergarten is such a huge leap for children and we all want them to succeed so it can be stressful for not only the child but the parent as well. The illustrations are adorable, and I love how I can see myself doing the exact same things as they outline within the story. Reading this story as set my mind at ease because these are things I already do, and I hope in doing so has also eased the nerves of my little.

Thank you NetGalley for the ARC.

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