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How your Pre-Schooler learns

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    How your Pre-Schooler learns

    The preschool concept was developed in the early twentieth century, not for the custodial care of children of working parents and not just to prepare children specifically for the elementary school. The objective is to provide various activities, under trained teachers, which would help them to grow and make them more active

    Every pre-schooler is an active learner. Preschoolers are like little sponges soaking up information and learning new things from their environment every day. They may not be able to tell you what they are learning, but they are receptively learning concepts. Every pre-schooler has a lot of excitement about with fantasy playing, social interactions, physical activity, and many creative activities.

    Each child has the opportunity to really enjoy this precious time in his life by not forcing her soon into academic work that’s more appropriate toe the elementary school years, and by providing him with resources that allow her experiences of competence and mastery. These valuable experiences include-

    • Dancing and making rhythm music
    • Painting easy pictures from their own inspiration
    • Finger painting
    • Clay modeling
    • Block building
    • Vigorous outdoor play

    In pre-schools children also learn how to get along with other children and adults of different personalities, how to enjoy give and take, how to solve conflicts.

    Pre-schoolers need lot of time to explore their ideas about the world, so take care not to overly structure their days. Expose them to wonderful children’s literature. Tell them stories. Sing to them, and share your enthusiasm and creativity in all things. Always answer their questions.

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    Re: How your Pre-Schooler learns

    Hello preschooler learns very well, but i talking about littlmillennium preschool. Littlemillennium learning and teaching method of very well so kids interact with other. 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.
    Another great benefit is to provide them with opportunity for group time where they have to share attention, the spot light, toys, etc. It gives them a chance to learn how to interact with others when they have to share attention. It is a great opportunity for a kid to get used to the classroom dynamic, and their place in it. If not, your child may expect more one on one time, spotlight time, and attention then they are going to get, and it could lead to some real tantrums, etc.
    Another benefit of preschool is that the activity time, allows your child to work on problem solving skills, exercise their creativity, and learn to use their imagination. These skills will all come into play when they start kindergarten, and will be important foundations for other learning. When they are in a preschool setting, they have structured activities that are organized, but that are also open for play and pretend, and creativity. This is great for stimulating the mind and helping kids get in the learning mode.
    Another great part of preschool is that it is less formal, it allows kids to have snack time, and other time that means they can learn things like manners, healthy interaction together, and what not. It is a great place for kids to work out their differences because it is a neutral territory, without anyone owning the toys, or having some sort of priority or seniority.

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