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Guest Post: Why You Should Send Your Child to Preschool


I am a strong advocate of preschool. 
Not only for the education value your child gets but for the sanity break you get!

Here is a great guest post as to what great benefits preschool has!




Every parent has the option of sending their child to preschool or to wait until kindergarten starts to send their child to school. Sending your young child to toddler school in Irvine is a good idea for many reasons. If you are at the point where you need to make the decision, consider the following things before you keep your child at home.


The Benefits of Preschool
 
Preschool is a great way to prepare your child for school so that they will not be left behind in the rush of kindergarten or elementary school. First, it gets them ready socially. It is a difficult adjustment for small children to be away from their parents all day. It is also difficult to spend the day with a teacher and other classmates. Preschool will get your child ready for this so they are calm and composed on the first day of kindergarten while other children may be screaming. Preschool also teaches a toddler to sit still and listen to a teacher. They learn to follow instructions and be a good student. They learn to share with others and cooperate in a group setting. Paying attention can be difficult for children of such a young age, so the extra time to learn proper school manners is very helpful. The younger they are when they start, to the more time they have to adjust to the change. While most of preschool may be doing fun things, it is a good adjustment to kindergarten. It also helps prepare children academically. They learn certain motor skills such as cutting and pasting. By doing art, they learn about different colors and what happens when two colors are mixed. Small yet important things can be taught during play.

Finding a Preschool
When you decide to send your child to toddler school in Irvine, find somewhere that you can trust to spend their time well and teach good things to your children. You can ask other parents where they have sent their children and can look online at various reviews. Be sure to visit a place before signing your child up there.

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