1. Preschool provides a foundation for learning, both socially and academically.
Young children are naturally curious and observant. They want learn the skills that their families and society value — such as reading the instructions for assembling a toy, or selecting the correct bills or coins to pay for a purchase. To prepare children for the academic demands of school, our teachers will offer a wide variety of games and activities that will help them acquire necessary academic but also social skills!
2. Preschool is an opportunity for kids to be in a structured setting.
Preschool is an opportunity for them to be in a structured setting with teachers and groups of children where they will learn to share and follow instructions, raise their hand when they want to ask a question, take turns, and share the teacher’s attention. Every child should have this sort of group experience before they start school!
3. Preschool will prepare children for elementary school where things get more academic.
Don’t be afraid that focus on development of pre-math and pre-literacy skills will make your child grow up too soon. These will not cut into important play time that every child deserves. A high-quality childhood education offers both. In fact, these programs are based on learning through play, so learning will be fun for your child, have no doubt!
4. Preschool will help your child develop socially and emotionally.
In preschool, your children will learn how to compromise, be respectful towards others, and solve problems. Preschool will provide a place where your child will gain a sense of self, explore, play with their peers, and build confidence. Kids in preschool usually discover that they are capable and that they can do things for themselves instead of always asking an adult to step in. They will learn wonders – from small tasks like pouring their own juice and helping set snack tables, to tackling bigger issues like making decisions on how to spend their free time. Isn’t that a great step for them?
5. Preschool will help your children find answers to their numerous questions.
The fact is that 3 and 4-year-olds will start asking some wonderful questions about the world around them. It will teach your children to find answers through exploration, experimentation, and conversation.
6. They will learn their ABCs and 123s.
Students will learn letters and numbers in preschool, but at their own pace and through playing games. We teach them doing various kinds of activities your kids find interesting, like story-time, talking to the teachers, playing with blocks, etc. For example, to help kids learn language and strengthen their pre-reading skills, teachers play rhyming games and let kids tell stories. To help kids learn pre-math skills, teachers will ask their little students to count food items during snack time, use calendar to count down days to their long awaited preschool play, or play memory games with them!