Preschool role in childhood education

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Preschool role in childhood education
Preschool role in childhood education

New Delhi : Early childhood education is a term that refers to the period from the birth of a child to its entry into kindergarten. This is an important time in a child's life as they begin to learn how to communicate with others for the first time, with peers, teachers and parents, and develop interests that will last a lifetime with them.

Preschool education helps a child's emotional, social and personal growth and development. Even if the child is learning how to speak at home, constant communication in preschool and interacting with children and teachers of the same age can help them improve their communication skills.

Preschool is an educational program or school environment that is targeted at young children before they go to kindergarten. An example of a preschool is a school for 2-5 year olds that is too small for kindergarten.

Preschool programs provide early childhood education and care for children and help them develop a variety of skills that enable them to learn when they start school, such as: Social skills: the ability to empathize and communicate successfully with their peers and to interact with adults easily. Keep it.

Childhood is considered to be the most important stage of development. Healthy child development, which includes physical, social / emotional and linguistic / cognitive development (each equally important), has a profound effect on mental and physical health, literacy and numeracy, success in life.

Objectives of Preschool:

1. Ensuring smooth physical, mental and emotional development in children and acquiring positive habits

2. Preparing children for primary education

3. Creating an equal environment of education and development for children from disadvantaged families and environments

4. Ensuring that children speak Turkish fluently and fluently

Games allow children to use their creativity in developing their imagination, skills and physical, cognitive and emotional strength. Playing is important for the healthy development of the brain. It is through play that children engage and interact with the world around them at an early age.