- Advertisement -spot_img
18.3 C
Logan City
HomeEducationChild CareImportance of Early Childhood Learning and Development

Importance of Early Childhood Learning and Development

- Advertisement -spot_img

A child’s early years are the foundation for their future development, providing a strong base for lifelong learning and learning abilities, including cognitive and social development. Babies are born ready to learn, with around 90 percent of brain development occurring in the first five years of life.

Vision and hearing pathways develop first, followed by early language skills and higher cognitive functions. A child’s vocabulary often quadruples between ages two and four. These connections become more complex over time as children grow, and influence brain development to create positive learning behaviours from an early age.

Research shows that children who participate in quality preschool programs are more likely to arrive at school equipped with social, cognitive, and emotional skills. Higher levels of educational success, employment and social skills have all been linked to moderate levels of participation in quality early childhood education. There are a large variety of early learning centres available to Logan parents.

Kaleidoscope Kids Early Learning Centres follows the Early Years Learning Framework to extend and enrich children’s learning from birth to five years and through to school. They combine routine and spontaneous activities to provide a varied and exciting curriculum for children.

While at Springwood Community Kindergarten, it is more focused on play inspires learning. For 45 years, their experienced Early Childhood teachers have delivered engaging programs that balance play, learning and school readiness in a supportive environment.

Whereas Amana Family Day Care is an approved form of child care that is provided in the Educator’s own home. The home-based setting provides a familiar and safe learning environment.  Family daycare can offer care during standard hours, evenings, before/after school, during school holidays and in some cases overnight and weekends.

But what should parents do if they notice their child is not meeting those important milestones? Eli’s Place is here to help. Eli’s Place work closely with families to provide support, strategies and education to build long term skills and results in the form of Occupational Therapy.

Occupational Therapy enables people to complete the activities that they find meaningful. For children this might look like playing, sleeping, feeding themselves, learning, regulating themselves and becoming more independent in all activities of daily living.

Occasionally children need a little extra assistance with their work and that is where 10/10 Tutoring services come in. Working with children from kindergarten to Grade 12 and at times on into adulthood to help them develop positive attitudes, skills and strategies required in becoming a lifelong learners for the fast-changing world.

- Advertisement -spot_img
Emily Stack
Emily Stack
Editorial Team
- Local Sponsor -spot_img
- Local Sponsor -spot_img
Articles of interest
- Advertisement -spot_img

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

X