A school-ready child is a child who is prepared to learn successfully in school. This child shows growth over time in his physical, social and emotional, language, and cognitive development. He also shows increasing interests in new experiences and in mastering new skills.

Without adequate nurturing and support at home, he may face significant disadvantages when he starts formal schooling. These challenges may also affect him later in life. There are many ways you, as a parent, can positively support your child’s learning.

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