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Kate Rusell

Preparing your child for the life of education

by Kate Rusell on

Once your kid reaches the age of three/four years old, you should definitely start thinking about ensuring that your child gets prepared for school education. The best way to develop and enhance the necessary skills that your child will need is to use various preschool curricula in order to prepare him or her for school. There are a number of different ways of finding the appropriate curriculum for your child, but what is more important is to pay close attention to the needs of your child too. It is most important for your child to learn the basics, including dressing themselves, reciting rhymes, tying their shoes and many more.

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The simplest way of finding a preschool curriculum these days is by going online. This is mostly an option for the parents who do not really know where to begin or where to go. Going online is presenting itself as the cheapest option as they cost a small monthly amount. You and your child will have access to a plethora of programs that are specifically designed for preschoolers and with the purpose of developing and enhancing various cognitive skills as well as social, emotional and intellectual skills. These days almost every child knows how to use a computer, and that is a big plus for online preschool curriculums as they enable your kid to use programs and play games online by using just a computer mouse in order to interact with them. Another means of finding a suitable preschool curriculum is through the use of teacher’s editions and books. You can find and buy various preschool curriculums from a number of educational sites that offer teacher’s books and student books as well. These will enable you to work with your child together in order to complete each and every activity and expand your child’s knowledge base and improve its learning skills. They will also enable you to create curriculums of your own that will allow you to somewhat personalize and customize your kid’s learning experience to your preferences. For that, you will have to know what basics your child needs to learn like, understanding letter sounds, doing simple math, knowing how to count to ten, knowing and recognizing their ABC and learning how to write. A large number of preschool curriculums offer programs that are quite balanced, but if you want to cater it to your child’s needs, you can create a program of your own. For example, your child doesn’t have to learn counting by simply teaching him/her how to do it. There are much more creative and enjoyable ways of doing that, like taking him/her outdoors and counting trees, flowers, rocks etc. That way, your child will not only learn to count but also learn about the nature and the World in general. A well-balanced preschool program curriculum should also include the basics of learning about colors, shapes and sizes and how to tell time.

If you are interested in some established and reputable preschool programs you can visit https://www.facebook.com/PineManorCollegeChildStudyCenterfor more information or get in contact with Chestnut Hill daycare and preschool for some of some of the best preschool curriculums.