i am-READY Pre-K Assess and Learn
By LMC Academy
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FOR PARENTS. Know what Pre-K readiness skills your child has mastered and what skills you want to work on to be ready for school. This app will provide you with an informal skill assessment similar to what is used in the preschool classroom. And it's fun!
FOR EDUCATORS. This app was designed to make the informal assessment process for 3 to 5 year olds faster and easier. Not only that, the children in your class can complete their skill assessments in a fun and engaging way. The app covers all of the developmental areas using mostly interactive activities that any child 3 to 5 will enjoy. Adult supervision is required.
PRACTICE helps the child learn how the
screen interface works in three interactive
ASSESS provides a complete informal
assessment of Pre-K readiness skills through
interactive activities and checklists.
LEARN SKILL provides links to teaching
suggestions including apps that address each
SHARE the summary by print or email or
combine them all into one report.
Featured on smartappsforkids.com:
"LMC Academy designed i am-READY Pre-K Assess and Learn to assess children ages three to five years old, but the special education teacher in me immediately thought it would be beneficial in developmental preschool and life skills classrooms as well."
"Having a thorough assessment app is very beneficial, and this app takes it even a step further. If a user clicks on a skill in the reports, a short list of ideas to practice that skill (including other apps) can be viewed. The app titles are clickable links that will take a user to the iTunes store. Many of the apps that are recommended are good apps that we have reviewed or featured on Smart Apps for Kids and Smart Apps For Special Needs."
"i am-READY Pre-K Assess and Learn covers a wide range of skills and provides a great data tracking system. It is a beneficial app for parents and educators of children moving toward the preschool level."
Needs to be able to add more profiles
Nowhere in the description did this say you could not add more than five kids. It clearly says it is for educators as well as parents. Would not have spent the money had I known I'd get through 1/4 of my class before it told me I couldn't add any more kids.