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    My Ds will be 5 in August, he still can't write his name. We practise, but he can only trace over a dotted version.
    Im hoping by December he can!!

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    We had ours a few weeks ago at the priv. school we plan to send ds1
    along to. I think they asked them to count, write their names, asked their birthday and address (from what I can gather from ds - I was on the other side of a glass petition!) but it was all pretty relaxed they played games in groups of fours, played with blocks, had little cards, asked to hop and I think that's it. The enrolment coordinator told me they are mainly looking for socialisation and maturity. I wasn't sure what to think.


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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] biscotti View Post
    DD was asked to write her name, name some shapes, identify some colours, count to ten, identify some letters, talk about a picture, draw a self portrait and at the end she was asked what she liked to do at Kindy, if she had any friends coming to the same school and what she was looking forward to doing when she started school (her answer to this last question was "tuckshop" )

    My dd is 4 and had her interview this week. This is pretty much what they were asked as well as cutting and pasting.
    The coordinator also told us it was expected that they could write their name

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    i have also applied public just in case she can't get in. we prefer this christian school which is close to home


 

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