Kindergarten readiness

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In a study about kindergarten readiness
which one is true?

1.Group participation skills were
viewed as insignificant in comparison
to academic skills.

2. The ability to write one's name
was followed by self control.

3. The majority of teachers place
academic skills as the most
important element.

4. Self-control was rated number one.

Wouldn't 2 and 4 both be true?
Please help,I donot know what
to put on my assignment. Please

  • Kindergarten readiness -

    I don't know of any correlation between self-control and the ability to write one's name. That leaves # 4 as the best answer. Children who have some amount of self-control (they don't run wildly around the room and they do follow directions) are probably ready for kindergarten.

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