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It isn't mandatory to send your child to preschool. In fact, if you're a stay at home parent, you may not feel the need to pay for care outside of the home. But the truth of the matter is that preschool isn't just about paying professionals to watch your children for you. There are a multitude of additional benefits that come with attending an early development children's program. Improved Communication and Socialization Skills A childcare center regularly gives children the opportunity to communicate and socialize with other children of their age. The skills learned through personal interacti
Games are a natural way for children to communicate in any language. When they get absorbed in a game, they lose inhibitions about speaking up and even the shyest child is usually happy to shout out the answer. For this reason, games are an ideal way to help your child to practise a foreign language too.
Correct spelling is a strong base for written communication. It plays a very important role in improving your overall language skills. Poor spellings can mar your reputation and interfere with success. It is essential to polish this skill at a young age. Nevertheless, if you haven't yet ...
Laugh and learn. Is it possible? Of course it is! Not only is it possible, it might even be necessary for some types of learning and for particular students. Research has already confirmed that laughing can be a source of healing, and yet it can also be a great source of learning math, vocabulary, and numerous other subjects too. Simply put, laughing has been shown to provoke unique emotional as well as physical responses in our bodies.
In my first years as an early childhood teacher in a small private preschool, if one of the children in my care was not following the 'norms' of development, it was not clear to me what I should do. As we all know, the early childhood field can have a fast turn over of staff in child care centres, and often the Directors or Authorised Supervisors have just as little or less field experience as other staff.
As a child I knew my place. I did not interrupt adults when they were talking, I said please and thank you, and I understood that as a child I could not confront adults. In some respects I kept my place out of fear and in others out of respect.