Research shows that the first five years of your child’s life are critical in their development. These years set the stage for future success! The foundations of sensory-motor, physical, social, emotional and cognitive development are formed during these years. More than one million new neural connections are formed every second in the first few years of life. Your child's development at every age prepares them for learning as they get older. Even in infancy, as young as seven months old, children learn social skills and language formation. They form gross motor skills and social interaction
The quality of the curriculum that your children learn from is extremely important when it comes to their schooling. How much and how efficiently they learn throughout their academic career heavily depends on the characteristics that are present within their early childhood curriculum. So what are these characteristics that are important for your child’s development and success?