The Importance Of Preschool Education

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If I were hired as an educational consultant to the president of the United States and had to propose things concerning preschool education, not many things would be different than it is for grade school. Like primary and secondary school, I feel like it is essential for preschoolers to be receiving some sort of education based learning in a classroom environment. This type of education will prepare young children for what lies ahead of them in grade school and up. As an educational consultant I would propose a couple of policies that I would you suggest to the federal government. Those policies being, like primary and secondary schools, it would be mandatory for children to be enrolled in some form of early childhood education by the age …show more content…
Learning the alphabet is important because it allows the preschoolers to recognize letters when they see them. Also they will learn how to recognize and read their own name and possibly even learn how to write their name. With learning colors and shapes, this helps the child make discrepancies between things that they see and help them be able to describe things. This is important for preschoolers because it is an improvement in their communication and would eventually be needed when starting Kindergarten. Lastly, the most important aspect of learn for preschoolers in my opinion is teaching them how to socialize and interact. This is extremely important because the capability to socialize is one that would be needed from the point of preschool through the rest of their life. An example of how social and interaction could be taught is spending at least a third of the preschool day away from teaching and specifically on playtime with the children. This playtime, whether it is outside on the playground or inside the classroom doing puzzles and playing make pretend with one another, this helps them learn how it is like to intermingle with someone else like …show more content…
Biosocial, cognitive, and psychosocial are all needs that should be met for preschool children. For cognitive learning the alphabet and colors and shapes would help aid in this development. Learning shapes, colors, and letters are all simple and on the level of a preschooler yet it still aids in the development of memory, problem solving, and the thinking of the child. Psychosocial deals with a development in which children learn to trust others, communicate their needs and develop diverse identities. The best way for this in preschool is through social interaction with other people. Without interaction with others, preschoolers will not learn what it means to trust and communicate with others. Biosocial deals with the interaction between biological and social factors. Learning the alphabet, shapes and colors will help the biosocial development of the children because it stimulates the mind and thinking. Also socializing with peers helps the development of the social

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