3 September 2019
The academic development of your child means everything about the bright future your child expects. The more than 250 days that your child spends in a preschool each year change their view on life and help them to discover who they are at a tender age. Your child is exposed to formal instructions during the first year in a preschool, and this helps them to develop some new skills. Although you like the name of a particular preschool or daycare centre, you shouldn't enrol your child there before you assess its program.
13 May 2019
These days, there's a lot of talk in education about how much better school students fare in smaller class sizes. However, you may be surprised to learn that they're also beneficial even before formal education begins. Here are 3 reasons to choose a kindergarten learning program with a low child-to-teacher ratio. Small Classes are Proven to Improve Success Small class sizes boosting kindergarteners' achievements isn't just a theory — it's actually proven by research.
16 January 2019
Your child learns through play, and that is how he or she gets to know how to interact with people and learn how to think differently. This helps them in school and in life generally. In kindergarten, the teachers will actively participate with your child in exploring through play. The teachers offer guidance that suits the age of your child and his or her level of development. What Takes Place in a Kindergarten?