Well, Here Is Why?
Providing early childhood education is like creating a foundation for the children and preparing children for decision making later on in life. Therefore every child needs to experience early childhood education before attending kindergarten. Besides teaching and giving bookish knowledge to children, early education gives opportunity to teach sessions of self worth, offering both emotional and social care for children to prepare them to face the world. This is important because traditional forms of education do not include programs that encourage early childhood development.
A child's life
During the first 8 years of a child's life, children are able to grasp information and adapt to the surroundings. They perceive this information through education and social interaction. Teachers, parents, caretakers and friends play a vital role in a child's early life.
First 2 years
In the first two years, a child will become aware of their identity and learn how to socialize with others. We can help child, how to identify their role in the society and encourage to take initiatives in small things. Once a child starts to make decisions, they can take on various tasks.
How ECE helps?
The most important advantages of early childhood development from early childhood education sessions is developing motor skills, socializing, inter-personal skills, communication and reading.
As a parent
A very important thing to remember is that an adult's sense of comfort and security is developed during childhood and if the child lack parental care, it can severely damage his or her perception.
It is parents who shape a child's social and mental health and this will determine their ability to make decisions when they grow big. Parents should take outmost care in nurturing their child's natural talents and make child feel worthy during upbringing.
The early childhood development will determine the kind of individual a child becomes in future who will be able to make a strong and progressive impact in their surroundings in future.