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  1. The Importance of Early Childhood Education By: Shazrah Syed

  2. Source: http://www.longislandindex.org/explore/ss_i

  3. Perry Preschool Educational Study

  4. Source: http://nieer.org/sites/nieer/files/Economics%20of%20ECE_Loyola_Nores.pdf

  5. Source: http://nieer.org/sites/nieer/files/Economics%20of%20ECE_Loyola_Nores.pdf

  6. Source: http://nieer.org/sites/nieer/files/Economics%20of%20ECE_Loyola_Nores.pdf

  7. Abecedarian Study

  8. Source: http://nieer.org/sites/nieer/files/Economics%20of%20ECE_Loyola_Nores.pdf

  9. The Percentage of Children with a Normal IQ Range by Age Source: http://www.teachingstrategies.com/content/pageDocs/Abecedarian-Research-Findings-Highlights.pdf

  10. Big Chief Preschool 4 Year Old Classroom Learning Stations

  11. The Animal Station: Where the Children are able to Learn how to take care of animals and learn animal science Tortoise Parakeet Cage Turtle Tank Fish Tank

  12. Learning the 5 Senses: The preschoolers create these projects on the senses of taste and touch together

  13. Art Station: Preschoolers individually created these projects of the taste buds on the tongue

  14. Block Station: Where the preschoolers are able to utilize their creativity

  15. Playhouse and Kitchen: Where the preschoolers are able to go about role playing or pretend cooking Playhouse Kitchen

  16. Reading Station: An comfortable alcove above the playhouse where the kids are read to

  17. References • Barnett, Steven, and Milagros Nores. The Economics of Early Childhood Programs: Lasting Benefits and Large Returns. Rep. National Institute for Early Education Research, 15 Mar. 2013. Web. 10 Nov. 2013. • Sparling, Joseph. Highlights of Research Findingsfrom The Abecedarian Studies. Rep. FPG Child Development Institute, n.d. Web. 14 Nov. 2013. <http://www.teachingstrategies.com/content/pageDocs/Abecedarian-Research-Findings-Highlights.pdf>