JOY – LOVE – HAPPINESS – KINDNESS – CREATIVITY – CURIOSITY – FUN
These are the important things I want my child to learn while growing up and getting ready for the real world.
While most parents believe Primary school the official start of their child’s education, the years preceding this milestone are the most important time for child’s learning. Children enter primary school usually at around 6-7 years – but the first six years of their life are a critical period for setting the foundations of learning.
Always Remember – Going to Pre School is ‘A small step for a giant exposure to outer world in a child’s life’
At preschool, they become exposed to numbers, letters, art and technology. BUT, more important, they learn how to socialize — get along with other children, share, contribute, build relationship, importance of time, discipline, responsibility in their daily circle time.” Says Kathleen McCartney, Ph.D, Dean of Harvard Graduate School of Education.
This is the first place where the child builds his/her self-esteem. The skills and knowledge that the child develops in the Pre School have a great impact on the aptitude and attitude of the child later in life.
Preschool education provides your child with an opportunity to start a lifelong love of learning. With the use of age-appropriate materials and objectives, you can help your child to practice skills, lay the framework for more advanced learning, and most importantly discover that learning is fun.
Quality Preschool Education Provides Many Benefits:
- Longer attention span, making it easier to focus in class;
- Learn to build relationship, Sharing and caring in Social environment;
- Experiences Joy of doing and discovering new things;
- Advanced language skills that form the basis for reading and writing;
- Becoming accustomed to structure and scheduled activities.
A child who experiences the joy of learning, of discovery, and of successfully completing age-appropriate tasks at a young age will be more likely to enjoy school later in life, and do better academically and socially as well.