Providing appropriate education for their children is the dream of every parent. But since when can education be given to children? To give non-formal education, you can give it since he was born. As for formal education, there is what is called pre-school. The ideal age for being in pre-school is 3 years old. Pre-school is a formal education that teaches children from an early age to interact socially with people outside the family environment.
In pre-school learning activities in the packaging in the form of fun. Pre-school aims to get to know it so that it becomes familiar with the contents of the material being taught. For example, introduce the alphabet and sort numbers. After getting to know both of them, children will be invited to understand the application of the alphabet and numbers at an easy level. In the process, the alphabet and numbers are taught by using interesting drawings. With pictures, children in pre-school will learn colors and basic shapes. Interesting right? In addition, children can also find friends in pre-school. This will increase the social sense in children when they have to interact with people who have never met before.
Although pre-school is part of formal education that contains professional teaching staff, pre-school does not require parents to put their children into pre-school. So, if you want your child to go straight into kindergarten, that's also allowed. You can teach pre-school material at home. Some parents want to remain at every level of their children's lives. Especially if you are still a child. It is nice to see your child's development process more closely, right? Therefore you can be a teacher at home to introduce letters and numbers to your child.
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Unlike other formal classes, pre-school has different day regulations. It depends on the pre-school institution itself. There are pre-schools that implement attend full-day discipline that is 5 days a week, there are also those who apply only 2 to 3 meetings a week. You can choose when deciding which pre-school is right for you and your child. Because lessons learned in pre-school can also be easily given by parents at home. The choice is yours. You're the one who understands the most suitable time to apply the discipline of learning to children.