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Why preschool is no longer optional

WHY PRESCHOOL IS NO LONGER OPTIONAL


Schools will not admit students

SCHOOLS WILL NOT ADMIT STUDENTS

WHO ARE NOTPREPARED


Why preschool is no longer optional

In today’s modern world, a child must attend preschool in order to prepare for kindergarten at either a public or private school.


Why preschool is no longer optional

The administrators of schools require that students pass an admission test before they can enroll in kindergarten.


Why preschool is no longer optional

Failure to pass this test leads to a student attending a remedial program before progressing to a kindergarten curriculum.


Why preschool is no longer optional

Most parents do not have the materials to teach their child all of the information and skills required to pass a kindergarten admission test.


Why preschool is no longer optional

Teachers also want their students to have certain social skills in order to fit into a classroom environment.


Preschoolers learn to cope with a structured environment similar

PRESCHOOLERS LEARN TO COPE WITH A STRUCTURED ENVIRONMENT SIMILAR

TO KINDERGARTEN


Why preschool is no longer optional

Preschool age children typically do not have a structured environment at home with a daily schedule of learning.


Why preschool is no longer optional

In a preschool, the teachers create a schedule of activities to help students develop a variety of skills.


Why preschool is no longer optional

Instead of getting to do whatever they want at any time of the day, a preschooler must adjust to following a teacher’s guidelines.


Why preschool is no longer optional

In most cases, the lessons taught in a preschool last for a maximum of 20 minutes because the students have short attention spans.


Why preschool is no longer optional

However, the lessons are designed cohesively to permit children to learn about different subjects.


Children learn the alphabet

CHILDREN LEARN THE ALPHABET

AND BASIC NUMBERS


Why preschool is no longer optional

In a preschool, the students begin to learn about the letters of the alphabet in simple ways such as coloring a picture of an animal that begins with the letter.


Why preschool is no longer optional

A preschooler has an opportunity to touch shapes of letters in order to learn the alphabet with a different part of the brain.


Why preschool is no longer optional

Instead of only learning numbers by recognizing the figure on paper, preschoolers use manipulatives such as sticks to visualize a particular number.


Why preschool is no longer optional

A teacher gives each preschooler an opportunity to learn with kinesthetic, auditory and visual methods.


Preschool helps with a child s

PRESCHOOL HELPS WITH A CHILD’S

COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT


Why preschool is no longer optional

Cognitive development begins at birth and increases rapidly as a child grows.


Why preschool is no longer optional

In a preschool environment, a child is exposed to an assortment of learning materials that are not available in most homes.


Why preschool is no longer optional

The lesson plans created by teachers in preschools are designed to address a variety of skills that increase …


Why preschool is no longer optional

… a child’s cognition to prepare them for more intense training in an elementary school setting.


Why preschool is no longer optional

Not only do preschoolers learn from their teachers, but they also learn from the other students in a social environment of teamwork and free play.


Children in preschools develop their fine and

CHILDREN IN PRESCHOOLS DEVELOP THEIR FINE AND

LARGE MOTOR SKILLS


Why preschool is no longer optional

Preschool is an excellent place for children to develop their large and fine motor skills.


Why preschool is no longer optional

Fine motor skills involve tasks such as cutting on the lines of a paper or printing letters in a first name.


Why preschool is no longer optional

Large motor skills are also important, and preschool students get an opportunity to learn these skills as they engage in playground activities such as jumping rope or throwing balls into hoops.


Why preschool is no longer optional

It isn’t necessary for a child to spend an entire day in a preschool to reap wonderful benefits.


Why preschool is no longer optional

Most preschools offer programs that are three days a week instead of five, or students can attend half-day sessions.


Why preschool is no longer optional

Let your kids experience the after school program at Maplewood Summer Day Camp.


Why preschool is no longer optional

Experienced staff will keep your child both safe and busy with arts and crafts, games, water sports, gymnastics and more.


Why preschool is no longer optional

Visit the site athttp://www.maplewoodyearround.com


Why preschool is no longer optional

MAPLEWOOD COUNTRY DAY CAMP AND ENRICHMENT CENTER

150 Foundry St. (Route 106)

PO Box 88 (Mailing)

South Easton, MA 02375

Email: [email protected]

Telephone: (508) 238-2387

FAX: (508) 238-1154


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