Parents are a child's unsurpassed resource for education before school. Research shows that the more time and effort parents, care givers, or teachers at pre schools give to the child, the greater a preschool child will be able to adjust to their environment.
A vital part of preschool learning is reading and writing. Children learn perhaps the most in their first few years of life, and this is why it is so important that they have the most enjoyable experience while learning. At the age of four the practice of vocabulary and grammar starts to become very important. The first impression stays long with children, and the way they perceive learning in their preschool days would impact their outlook and receptiveness to learning throughout their lives. A variety of learning experiences are designed to meet the children's needs in the various areas of development.
For four and five year olds, the average vocabulary span is between 1500 and 2000 words. In this age group, the curriculum should focus on past tenses and pronouns of words. Most toddlers this age will also be able to count to twenty and do simple addition and subtraction. Simple preschool science projects will teach young children to seek answers, and find them.
Basically, preschool education is an incredibly important part of children’ s lives, as it is the first basic education experience that they will have, and as well it is basically the first truly social setting and experience that they will have as well. Young children have an amazing ability to absorb information and accumulate knowledge, provided that all of this newfound information is presented in an age appropriate fashion. PreSchool is an exciting time for children that will structure the way they view learning for a long time.
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