Kindergarten Toolkit

Kindergarten Toolkit Review ($54 at

Kindergarten is such an important year for your child. For many children, it is the first time he will be exposed to a structured educational environment. Even if your child attended a daycare or pre-k program, Kindergarten will be a new exciting experience. Packed full of fun learning and play experiences, Kindergarten creates the foundation and provides the growth your child needs to be successful throughout his academic career and beyond. has created the Kindergarten Toolkit for children ages 2-6. The main goal is to introduce your child to ten kindergarten concepts before he enters the classroom, giving him a strong foundation.

What’s in the Toolkit

The Kindergarten Toolkit includes:

  • Kindergarten Toolkit Lesson Book
  • Whiteboard with dry erase marker and cleaning cloth
  • Flashcards
  • Chalk

How the Toolkit Stacks Up

At first glance the Kindergarten Toolkit seems rather simple, so it may leave one wondering if it is worth the $54 price tag. Yes, most items included in the Kindergarten Toolkit are easy to find and rather cheap to buy at any store that carries office and school supplies. The item of value, and what sets this toolkit apart from other similar items and toolkits, is the Kindergarten Toolkit Lesson Book. The authors took ten important goals/skills learned during the Kindergarten school year and put together a series of mini lessons that introduce and reinforce these concepts.

Each goal is given a page which includes several activities and games that help teach and enforce the selected skill. The layout of each goal is superb, yet easy to understand and follow. The activities are explained simply, including materials from the toolkit that are needed. Each goal also includes a “Toolkit on the Go” activity, which is just what it sounds like: an activity that works on the selected skill that can be done in the car or while out and about.

The simplicity of the toolkit is one of its greatest assets. No more wondering if you are doing the activity correctly, or spending precious time trying to make sure you and your child understand the directions. The lesson book and other supplies in the toolkit are easily accessible while not overstimulating you or your child.

The Bottom Line

Overall, the Kindergarten Toolkit is a great resource for parents who want to give their child an introduction or head start to kindergarten concepts before he heads off to school. The interactive hands-on approach will delight your child, while the well thought-out and easy to execute lessons will thrill you. Preparing your child for kindergarten has never been easier.

Kindergarten Toolkit Review
Shandy Marso, Contributor

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