Importance of Preschool education
The pre-primary years are important, foundation building years in a child's life. Studies have shown that a child’s earliest years of development are the most critical. During the first 6 years, the brain is twice as active as that of an adult's. 60% of nutrition is used by the brain during the first year of life. This decreases to 30% by age 3. Since children are most receptive to information at a young age, early learning exposure plays an essential role in fostering mental development. The right approach to learning is critical to ensure that the child develops a love for imbibing new concepts without feeling stressed.
Benefits of preschool education are reiterated by such facts that children who attend nursery school or preschool or other early education programs:
• Have enhanced cognitive, verbal and social development, which is maintained across school years and beyond
• Have significantly higher IQs
• Enter school better prepared to learn and explore
• Are less likely to exhibit delinquency and antisocial behavior
• Tend to demonstrate higher levels of school achievement and better social adjustment.
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