The learning experiences of the preschool years provide a foundation that guides children academically, socially, and emotionally. These experiences can influence the rest of a child’s life. Children’s learning and intellectual growth are affected by the specific experiences (e.g., instruction, guidance) they have in a preschool classroom.
The Texas Prekindergarten Guidelines offer detailed descriptions of expected behaviors across multiple skill domains that should be observed in 4‐ to 5‐year‐old children by the end of their prekindergarten experience. The following ten areas are covered in the PreK Guidlines:
I. Social and Emotional Development II. Language and Communication III. Emergent Literacy Reading IV. Emergent Literacy Writing V. Mathematics VI. Science. VII. Social Studies VIII. Fine Arts IX. Physicial Development X. Technology
CLICK on the link below to access the PreK Guidelines for the state of Texas:
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