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The Many Benefits of Enrolling Your Child in an Early Learning Center

  • TLW Venetian Editor

As parents, you want to provide your child with all possible academic advantages. Research indicates that children who start school in an early learning environment give your child academic advantages over children who do not. Enrolling in a private preschool makes these advantages even greater. According to The Advocates, one in ten children attends a private school. Let’s look at some of the benefits of a private early learning center.

Development of Social Skills

It can be difficult to help your child develop social skills when they are at home and only interacting with siblings and parents. An early learning center provides your child with a rich social environment where they can interact with children of their age and develop important skills such as cooperation, sharing, problem-solving, empathy, and respect.

Development of Pre-Reading Skills

Another important aspect of early learning centers is that they foster important pre-reading skills. Pre-reading skills are essential for future reading success. Giving your child early exposure to books will help him/her develop love for learning and increase the probability of becoming a strong reader. In the same way, a child who struggles with reading in the early grades could continue to struggle throughout elementary school and beyond.

Development of Math Readiness Skills

Math readiness is also a crucial skill taught in early learning centers. Math readiness doesn’t focus on mastery of math concepts, but rather on early exposure to math concepts and ideas. This can be crucial to helping your child develop an early understanding of match concepts and what they are used for. Many people struggle with math anxiety because they never become comfortable with math concepts. In a quality early learning center, your child will have the opportunity to familiarize with numbers, shapes, counting and more!

Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular activities are also an important part of the early learning experience. Here, students can discover skills and talents they might have. They can express themselves artistically, musically, or learn a sport. These are all important parts of development that children may miss out on when they are not enrolled in an early learning center.

If you’re interested in learning more about our early learning center, please contact us today. We are here to help your child in their learning adventure. Our team looks forward to meeting you.

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