KINDERGARTEN WORD PARSING TOPICS 1.
KINDERGARTEN READING LEVEL: 8.
KENNETH BIRCH: The preschooler can read well but she doesn’t know how to write, and she can’t figure out how to talk.
KINNETH HANSON: The toddler is in a very special place, and he has trouble with words and writing.
KIMBERLEY BRADY: The kindergarten student doesn’t have a clue what to say, and can’t understand what is being said.
KID LINDSAY: The girl is in kindergarten and she’s learning how to be a mom, but she has trouble reading and writing, and doesn’t seem to know what to do. 5.
KATE B. DUNCAN: The kindergartener has trouble writing, but the preschooler knows how to read.
KAYLEIGH LYNCH: She’s a girl in kindergarten, and her teacher is teaching her how to say “please.”
KATHERINE LYNKINS: The boy is in the kindergarten classroom, and his teacher is trying to help him to be more comfortable with his surroundings.
JANE K. BERTRAM: The little girl has trouble figuring out what she wants to do, and the preschool teacher doesn’t give her an easy time.
JOSEPH A. TANLEY: The child is a baby and has no idea how to play with other children.
MICHAEL H. SMITH: The baby has trouble understanding his surroundings, and when he gets older, he will be unable to use his language.