The value of early childhood education
Nelson Mandela, the well-know statesmen, once said, “Education is the great engine to personal development. It is through education that the daughter of a peasant can become a doctor, that the son of a mineworker can become the head of the mine that the child of a farm worker can become the president of a great nation.(date, page #)” Image that when you have children will you give your children education in their childhood or not. Early childhood education is the key to success in one’s life. Nowadays more and more people pay a lot attention on children education. The value of early childhood education is becoming a hot topic which refers to preschool education and kindergarten, around 3-6 years old children. Taking early childhood education has significant benefits for the growth of children in the area of children learning skills; in both emotional and social awareness and in shaping children’s personalities. First of all, early childhood education can produce significant giants in children’s learning and development. Children can learn the reading and writing skills in their early age which can make children have better understanding of their study; easier accept multicultural education. The high scope Perry preschool study (The high scope Perry preschool study) found that the adults who had taken the preschool were easier to graduate from high school than those who did not take the early childhood education. When compared the IQ90, the number of the children at age five who joined the preschool program was almost 2.5 times more than the number of the children who did not take preschool. So we can see that, the children who get early childhood education can gain better development in their intelligence and learning ability in their early age, by doing the activities, games, kids crafts and recipes. These benefits also can help children get better expanding in their study and...
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