Published at Wednesday, October 02nd, 2019 - 09:11:57 AM. Kindergarten Worksheet. By Berneen Guillou.
The mere accomplishment of the worksheet task does not signify the child’s ability to read or comprehend. If worksheets are the answer then why haven’t we replaced teachers with copy machines?
FALSE. Following written directions? I find this statement very disturbing because preschoolers and kindergarteners can’t read, how can they be following any written directions? “The mere accomplishment of the worksheet task does not signify the child’s ability to read or comprehend.” As for the fine motor part of the statement, there are many more appropriate types of activities children can be doing to develop their fine motor skills than doing a worksheet, again, I find this to be a cop out. It’s easier to copy a worksheet and slap it on the table in front of the student rather than carefully planning out activities that will really engage them and develop their fine motor abilities at the same time.
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