The first few years in a child’s life are the most important for their social, emotional and cognitive development. The years before pre-primary help lay the building blocks to enhance and develop their natural curiosity and ability to learn about the world around them. These skills not only serve as an important foundation for your child’s interest in learning, they also play a significant role in preparing your child for pre-primary education.
An important aspect of high-quality early childhood education is the focus on play and creativity in a child’s daily routine at kindergarten. Play is a natural part of children’s development and it stimulates academic development, problem-solving skills, social development, emotional wellbeing, communication and language.
Here’s why kindergarten is important for your child’s pre-primary education.
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