Is It Time To Send Your Child To Preschool?

 

 

 

 

Some people argue that children do not need to attend a preschool and that it can have a detrimental effect on a child. However, the Telegraph has an interesting article which shows that early introduction to preschool can help children massively when it comes to learning social interactions. So what time is best for sending your child to preschool? The answer is it all depends on the child, and each one is different, but here are some indicators that your child is ready for preschool.

 

The Ability To Communicate

A good sign that your baby is ready to start their academic career is that they can communicate their needs and wants to adults and teachers. As well as this, they can also understand basic instructions when they are given, such as close the door, sit down, and say good morning. You may think that: “Finding good preschools near me is going to be hard”, but there are plenty of high-quality preschools throughout the country that can help develop and nurture your child’s curiosity and passion for learning. Google is your friend!

 

Take Care Of Themselves

Preschool children are not able to look after themselves fully. But, when they show that they can do various tasks such as going to the toilet by themselves, eating their food by themselves, as well as getting dressed, they are showing signs that they are ready for preschool. When you encourage a little independence, you are helping to nurture your child to become a well-rounded and balanced individual who will be ready and able to take on whatever life throws at them.

 

Getting Along With Others

It can be a big shock to a child as they are no longer the sole centre of attention when they attend preschool. However, it is also good for them as they can develop relationships with other people and make new friends. Interactions in large social settings also help to instil the boundaries that everyone needs to learn to conform to the social standards of our society.

 

Watch Them Flower Before Your Eyes

You will see a noticeable difference in your child when they start to attend preschool and settle into their new daily routine. You will get to share in their excitement of the things they see and do with their new friends, and listen as they tell you all of their stories. You will see their social skills, communications skills, and also their language flourish, a stark reminder as to how quick they grow up! With the right encouragement and the best possible learning environment, you can introduce your child to a world of learning which may be something that they take with them into adulthood.

 

 

If you want the best for your child, then you should find a preschool close to you that is a fun and exciting learning environment for your child. Make sure that you take a visit during both lesson times and play time, and watch the kids and see how they interact with each other, and also their teachers. With the right encouragement and preparation, your child will soon start to grow and develop, although this may be a bit too quick for your liking!

Anne

I’m a mother of 2 who likes to get involved in too much! Besides writing here I started a non-profit, I’m on the PTO board, very active in my community and volunteer in the school. I enjoy music, reading, cooking, traveling and spending time with my family. We just adopted our 3rd cat and love them all!

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  1. Communication is really necessary if we want to check whether our kid is prepared to join a preschool a not. Actually it is the foremost task to figure out. Nice article for new parents.