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The Importance of Preschool Education and Its Long-Term Effects

Preschool refers to an early childhood learning class for children aged between 2-4 years. Research suggests that the kids who attend preschool classes are more ready to learn when goes into a school than those with no preschool experience. It not only develops school readiness skills but also make children good at social and behavior management skills.

At Preschool, they learn to recognize letters, numbers, sounds and different kind of shapes. This knowledge enables them to read simple sentences and understand basic facts and ideas. Children who get quality preschool education have better pre-reading skills and richer vocabularies than those who do not.

Preschool Learning - Letters, Numbers and Shapes

Letters, Numbers and Shapes

Children learn basic mathematical functions of addition and subtraction. How to relate numbers and quantities? Help them understand the concept of time and units to measure it. Identification and classification of objects and describing their properties.

Preschool Mathematics Functions

Preschool Mathematics

Preschool education plays an important role in strengthening socialization skills – they learn how to socialize, share things, be respectful of others and how to get along with other children.

Social Skills in Preschool

Social Skills

 

Kids acquire self-awareness skills. Environment of a preschool help them gain a sense of self, discover that they are capable and can do things for themselves, complete small tasks and make decisions about what to do in spare time. All these activities build self confidence of a child and make them better prepared for future challenges.

Preschool education makes kids smarter; they know more about the world around them through exploration and experimentation, and by asking wonderful questions to the teachers. Learn to raise their hand in the class and share the teacher’s attention.

Various studies suggest that preschool education does affect a child’s performance at later school stages. They are more proficient in the language use, achieve better grades in mathematics, get more attention from teachers, eager to learn new things and participate enthusiastically in extracurricular activities. Preschool education is necessary because it not only provides basic education to children but also grooms them, make kids more social and foster creativity.

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