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Vedant International Preschool has maintained accreditation through the National Association for the Education of young Children. At one of the best Preschool in Mumbai Borivali, we provide an active-learning environment for preschoolers to explore their world, guided by teachers who are always available for support. We know that kids learn from experience, so we at Vedant International Preschool offer consistently fun-filled days to get your little one learns from experiences!
High quality early childhood education gives children the best start in life. It provides important opportunities to learn and develop. Early childhood education can help your child make friends, develop independence and learn new routines. It also supports their transition to school.
Children’s brains are influenced by both their genes and their environment. Babies are born ready to learn, with more than one million neural connections forming every second during the first few years of life. The early years are important, as how the brain grows is strongly influenced by what’s happening in a child’s environment and their interactions with the people around them.
Vision and hearing pathways develop first, followed by early language skills and higher cognitive functions. A child’s vocabulary often quadruples between ages two and four. These connections become more complex over time as children grow, and influence brain development to create positive learning behaviours from an early age.
Research shows that children who participate in quality preschool programs are more likely to arrive at school equipped with the social, cognitive and emotional skills they need to help them to continue learning. These benefits extend well beyond primary school. Higher levels of educational success, employment and social skills have all been linked to moderate levels of participation in quality early childhood education.
From the ages of three to five, most children want to play with others their age, and can think about the feelings of others at an initial level. At this age, children learn how to play with others, and might have a ‘best friend’.
In early childhood education, children are encouraged to share and play with their peers. Through these interactions they learn to develop important interpersonal qualities such as empathy and cooperation which will help them get along with others in preschool and beyond.
By spending time with their peers, children learn to include ideas from others in their play and start to understand each other’s feelings. Young children are naturally egocentric, so learning skills such as empathy can be challenging, but the good news is they can learn a lot from watching and interacting with their peers. These early years social skills can help your child develop friendships through their whole life.
By attending early education, your child can learn to adapt to a new routine outside the home. Routines can positively influence a child’s emotional and cognitive development and knowing what to expect encourages them to feel secure and comfortable.
Routines can help children manage their expectations of their environment, and reduce problematic behaviours such as temper tantrums. When developing daily routines, early childhood teachers and educators will consider a mix of activities that are active/passive, indoor/outdoor, and child-directed/adult-directed.
Routines are also planned according to children’s ages to make time for naps, incorporate any individual requirements or medical needs, and to accommodate their attention spans and other aged-based needs.
Early childhood education supports your child’s transition to primary school. It prepares children in both informal and formal ways, such as engaging in a range of Transition to School activities. Children who experience a positive transition to school are more likely to feel comfortable, relaxed and motivated to learn. This helps them form positive relationships with others, both children and educators, and develop a sense of belonging within the school.