Friday, July 22, 2016

About Pre School

Preschool education or Infant education is the provision of education for children before the commencement of statutory and obligatory education, usually between the ages of zero or three and five, depending on the jurisdiction.

Preschool is generally considered appropriate for children between zero or three and five years of age, between the baby or toddler and school stages. During this stage of development, children learn and assimilate information rapidly, and express interest and fascination in each new discovery.

It is well established that the most important years of learning are begun at birth. A child's brain at this age is making connections that will last the rest of their life. During these early years, a human being is capable of absorbing more information at a time than they will ever be able to again. The environment of the young child influences the development of cognitive skills and emotional skills due to the rapid brain growth that occurs in the early years. Studies have shown that high quality preschools have a short and long term effect in improving the outcomes of a child, especially a disadvantaged child.

During the preschool years between three and five, children get really involved with fantasy play. Their tea set becomes the foundation for a party with imaginary friends, or the tea towel becomes the super-hero's cape as your child battles evil.

Many parents wonder how to find a preschool that is right for them and their situation. Searching for a preschool can be intrinsically more complicated that you might expect. First of all, admissions policies may mean that you have to seek a school well in advance, in some cases, hunting for a school for a child who is only a year old, so it can be tricky to find a good match. Second, though it may come as a surprise to some that preschool tuition can be tens of thousands of dollars in some areas.

At play schools, children are exposed to a lot of basic preschool learning activities that help them to get independent faster. These preschool activities help develop in children many self-help qualities like eating food themselves, dressing up, maintaining cleanliness and other such basic qualities.

Children are amazing. They are born with the innate capacity to learn from everything they feel, see, and hear around them. Much like a tiny seed has the ability to become a beautiful plant if given the right conditions, children have unlimited potential if a solid foundation of literacy is laid-- the earlier, the better.
 

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