Preschool starts your child off on the education highway. It’s an important first step in behavioral, social, and cognitive learning for little ones. While tuition is certainly an important consideration in choosing preschools, the following points are no less worthy of thought.
Nurse Dani in the video suggests asking friends and family to recommend a preschool. Looking online for schools nearby was her next suggestion.
You’ll want to visit the schools, talk with the teachers and even sit in on a few classes before choosing the right one for your child.
You can’t make an informed decision unless you ask questions such as:
You’ll want to know that the teachers speak gently and nurturing to children. They squat down to speak to children and accommodate the children’s quirks.
If the classrooms are happy and fun, then the children will be, too. Active kids tend to be happy kids. Alternatively, happy teachers make enough money, receive professional development, and have a support system available to them.
Preschools are very important to a child’s development. Choosing the right one is a matter of asking questions and checking them out like Nurse Dani in the video suggested.