Here's why Dr. Kim Har says your children need pre-school for their development:
"The first few years of a child’s life are unique in that development and learning occur faster and are maintained better than at any other time in his or her life. For instance, early language research demonstrates that children who are exposed to a second language during the 'critical period' of 0-2 years of age will eventually achieve a level of fluency that surpasses children who begin learning the language after the age of 2. Therefore, it is important that children’s learning and development be supported as much as possible during these early critical years.
Pre-school is also valuable to children in that teachers can play a crucial role in identifying children who may be at risk for developmental delays. Subsequently, these children can be quickly assessed and, if needed, begin to receive any specialized services that may benefit them. Overall, early childhood education is a significant factor in children’s future development, and preschool, an integral part of this experience, helps to set children on a positive path of learning as they grow and mature."
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