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When to start Preschool

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    When to start Preschool

    The “right” age to preschool varies with each individual child. Some preschools start with 2-year olds. If child is fairly independent then it is right time to send him to preschool.

    But in case of some children who are still dependent up to age of 3 years also. Such children need every opportunity to be around where other children play so that they can become accustomed to them, interested in them, and wean themselves from their dependence. But it takes little time. If you are in doubt about your child’s readiness for preschool, talk it over with a good preschool teacher. If the teacher is so warm and understanding that she quickly makes children feel secure.

    For those children who are under age of 2 or 3 my suggestion is for family kind of care.

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    Re: When to start Preschool

    Hello Nisha, Children aged three and above need to be carefully taught in order to enhance their mental skills, which will later help them when they join school. This is the reason why pre-school programs are gradually growing as an essential part of a child's education. Montessori schools have trained professionals who know how to tap into a child's mentality and bring out the best in him/her. If you ever wondered about the benefits of a preschool program, here are some essential reasons to help you decide.

    One of the best benefits of preschool is that they get to be with a teacher, and are introduced to a classroom setting, where the teacher is the authority figure, and they have to share with classmates, etc. It is important that your child is able to recognize that teachers are in charge, and get used to listening to them, and obeying their rules.more details here visit this website littlemillennium.

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