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8 Reasons Why Preschool is Interesting

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8 Reasons Why Preschool is Interesting

Kids are always on the lookout for fun stuff to do, and while they are still in such a stage we enroll them to preschools. Are kids really fond of preschool? Is preschool really interesting to children?

What do Kids do in Preschools?

Here are a Few Things that Kids do in Preschools.

Circle Time – Circle Time is a more structured setting where children are asked to practice self-regulation, increase attention span, and develop listening skills.

The children greet one another, record the weather, mark the calendar, sing songs, listen to stories, practice finger plays, and talk about what they would like to learn that day.

We encourage children to take turns talking and listening to each other.

Outside Play & Creative Movement – We use the playground outside the preschool whenever possible. Children develop their large motor and social skills during outside play.

A climbing structure, swings, sliding board, tricycles, balls, scooters and a child sized playhouse are included in the playground equipment.

Activity Centre – Children are encouraged to freely choose any and all centres listed below. Specific skills checks, and activities are facilitated by the teachers during Activity Centre Time.

Doesn’t seem interesting enough for kids? Here are 8 reasons why preschool is interesting to children.

  1. Children get to Make Choices

Children have several choices of activities; a child who is wandering aimlessly is encouraged to choose one that interests him.

Teachers are alert to a child who can’t figure out how to enter other children’s play and may offer him suggestions on ways to join the group.

  1. Children get to Socialise and Make Friends

Boy kid playing flying disk trow catch with a dog

Boy kid playing flying disk trow catch with his dog. Modern flat vector illustration clipart.

Social skills are next on the list and they are important to learn at this age rather than waiting until Kindergarten age or later.

One of the reasons older children may have difficulty in school is that they never really learned the social skills in preschool.

Social skills such as learning how to listen, nice talk, brave talk, taking turns, acceptance of multi-cultural differences, apologies, when to say please and thank you, how to speak in a group, helping each other, learning compassion and empathy.

  1. It’s Diverse and Opens up Children’s Perspectives

Children need to feel like they belong and have a developed sense of who they are. Exposure to similar peers, as well as diverse peers, is very beneficial to this process.

The benefits of diversity at an early age have been proven time and time again, which is why preschools and other educational settings have expanded programs and lesson plans dedicated to teaching the beauty of diversity.

  1. Their minds get stronger and they get to tackle fun problems find answers to Preschools are the place for playing, socializing, creating, exploring, and discovering. Teachers act as facilitators, making sure everyone was safe, happy, and busy. They’re given opportunities to see something that intrigues them and find out more about it on their own. This is the most empowering learning, not the kind that makes them totally dependent upon an adult. Reflecting on and using information lets your child understand the world around him. The way children approach learning is also an important part of their thinking skills. For example, being able to focus or handle frustration helps him learn more easily.
  2. They get to explore their artistic sides and make wonderful masterpieces.

Preschools help children to realize the meaning behind art, they come to understand that the finished product is most important, not the process of getting there.

Uniformity gets celebrated above originality. In preschools, they won’t compare their work to others and think it comes up short.

They will learn to enjoy art as a fun, relaxing, and expressive pursuit.

  1. It Keeps their Mind Active!

The Bank Street method employs achild-centeredd education program focusing on the diversity of curriculum.

Students are offered active educational opportunities in areas that develop cognitive, emotional, physical, and social growth.

Learning often includes more than one subject and in groups, allowing that children learn at various levels and using different methods.

Play is often used as an educational jumping off point, and teachers take advantage of teachable moments wherever possible.

 

  1. Children get to play in an unstructured manner.

Unstructured play is important for a child because it gives them a sense of freedom and control.

It also allows them to learn about themselves, what they like and don’t like, and even make mistakes without feeling any pressure or failure.

  1. Their imagination is let loose!

Imagination is the door to possibilities. It is where creativity, ingenuity, and thinking outside the box begin for child development.

The imaginative and creative play is how children learn about the world. During imaginative play, children manipulate materials, express themselves verbally and non-verbally, plan (intentionally or unintentionally), act, interact, react, and try different roles.

Great opportunities for learning are possible when children participate in creative play with dolls, vehicles, blocks, rocks, cardboard, or boxes.

These are 8 reasons why preschools are interesting and also beneficial to your child!

Cambridge Montessori Preschool

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