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Preschool Interview

We would like to welcome your child to preschool this next school year!  If you would like to schedule an interview visit the link below to schedule a day and time you would like to bring your child in for an interview. We are looking forward to seeing you soon!

Note: The deadline to enter preschool is age 4 by September 1st.

Concept of letter/number

  • Student Materials sheet will be displayed. “Point to a number.” Pause for the student to point.

  • “Now point to a letter.” Pause for the student to point. Put an (x) on the object they pointed to if incorrect. Circle the object they pointed to if correct.

Knowing their:

  • First and last name

  • Mothers name and siblings names

  • Age, Birthday, and Phone Number

  • Sorting objects by size and color

  • Graphing objects by size and color

Writing Strokes

  • Student Materials sheet will be Displayed for Question #5 and a pencil. (The Student Material sheet may be copied on paper for students to mark or placed in
    a sheet protector to mark with a marker.) Point to the box with the line or shape.
    Do not trace the line or shape. “Please draw this line (shape) (point to the
    empty box) here.” Repeat this direction for each line or shape.
    II. Check to see if they are holding the pencil the correct way. (Should pinch the
    pencil and crayon with their forefinger and thumb placing their other fingers
    underneath the pencil. Mark on the Scoring Sheet how the student responded.)

Vocabulary

“Look at this picture of a teacher and some children in a classroom. The
children are doing many different activities.”

  • Teacher gives the following prompts:

  • Prompt 1 “Point to the child with the blocks.” Pause for response up to 5
    seconds.

  •  Prompt 2 “Point to the cookies in the oven.” Pause for response up to 5
    seconds.

  • Prompt 3 “Point to a book on the shelf.” Pause for response up to 5
    seconds.

  • Prompt 4 “Point to the ball under the table.” Pause for response up to 5
    seconds.

Body Parts

  • “Where are your arms?” 

  • “Where are your hands?” 

  • “Where are your fingers?” 

  • “Where are your elbows?” 

  • “Where are your shoulders?” 

  • “Where is your chin?” 

  • “Where is your cheek?”

  • “Where is your tummy?” 

  • “Where are your legs?”

  • “Where are your knees?” 

  • “Where are your feet?” 

  • “Where are your toes?” 

  • “Where is your back?” 

  • “Where is your head?” 

  • “Where is your neck?” 

  • “Where are your ears?” 

  • “Where is your nose?” 

  • “Where are your eyes?” 

Oral Language

  • Prompt 1 “Tell me about your favorite toy.” Pause for the student’s response.

Ask a follow-up question if the child does not respond with 5 or more words in one
complete, on-topic sentence “What else can you tell me about ?”
If the student answers with 5 or more words in one complete sentence that is on
topic, score the student response and move on to Question #7.

  • Prompt 2 “Tell me who you like to play with.” Pause for the student’s

response. Ask follow-up question if child does not respond with 5 or more words
in one complete, on-topic sentence “Tell me why you like to play with .”
If the student answers with 5 or more words in one complete sentence that is on
topic, score the student response and move on to Question #7.

  • Prompt 3 “Tell me about your favorite place to go.” Pause for the student’s

response. Ask follow-up question if child does not respond with 5 or more words
in one complete, on-topic sentence “Tell me more about why you like to go to

Schedule an Interview!

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