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Old 02-07-2020, 02:55 PM
 
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TK means transitional K. It is for children whose birthdays fall between September and December. So, if a students turns 5 during those months, they are now considered too young for actual kindergarten. These students qualify for TK. Every district has to offer it for kids who turn 5 during these months.



I have spoken to a friend of mine who teachers a TK class. But, she has a WHOLE class of just TK. I have only kindergarten with a little guy coming in the middle of the year with no school experience so I'm a little nervous.



Teacher PK6- Thank you for the ideas! That's what I was thinking of doing. I just hope he will do these activities semi-quietly. Especially when I am testing my kinders. The nice thing is that I will likely have him again next year and we can start fresh at the beginning of the year!
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