Our Pre-KG nurseries accommodate children from 18 months – 4 years of age.
Preschool offers many benefits to young children:
Preschool teaches children to follow directions.
What parents may not realize is that following directions is a skill that children hone over time—and preschool can help make this happen.
Preschool helps children adjust to kindergarten.
It can be a big adjustment for a young child to navigate the workings of a classroom for the first time in kindergarten. Preschool programmes can help children make the transition.
Preschool establishes social and emotional development.
Preschool is much more about developing social-emotional skills than it is about developing academic skills. These social-emotional skills include learning to share and take turns, showing empathy for classmates and self-regulating their own strong emotions. Without skills like these, children will have a hard time moving on to academic achievement in later years.
Preschool provides opportunities for play.
Research shows that playful experiences prepare children for “deeper learning,” especially in essential skills like executive functioning. Preschool exposes children to many different types of play that they may not have access to at home.
Preschool encourages physical development.
Believe it or not, physical development directly impacts a child’s ability to learn. Fine motor skills are necessary for kids to hold a pencil and learn to write as they get older, and gross motor skills are the whole-body movements that allow kids to balance and coordinate their actions.