Monday, June 24, 2013

How To Help Your Toddler Get A Great Start On Their Education



A great education is one of the most valuable things that any parent can ever give to a child. Children are able to learn much more than you realize. Many studies have proven that people with advanced degrees in education usually enjoy their lives more and make over one-million dollars more in a lifetime. These are two of the best reasons to promote your child's education. 

Great Preschool

One of the most important parts of an education is to get your child started early in a classroom environment. You should take the time that is necessary to find the best center for your child to be involved in. When looking for a great educational facility, you need to check the curriculum and make certain that it is taught with rigor and relevance. The school should offer a great balance between education, social skills and play to allow the most learning to take place.

Learn a Foreign Language

This is also the best time to teach your child a foreign language. Children have the ability to learn many things at this age, and a foreign language will help your child to develop a mastery of multiple languages. Language development uses a variety of different areas of the brain to enhance any person's understanding and intelligence. 

 Math Mastery

Begin teaching your child the foundations of the four mathematical operations as soon as can. Make connections to math in all that you do to provide your child with the prerequisite skills needed for advanced math skills. If your child is accelerated beyond that of his/her peers, be proactive to be sure that your child's teacher continues the great foundation that you have set. These math skills will be valuable throughout life, and they are necessary aspects for anyone that wants to someday enter a math field. 

Read, Read, Read

Countless research has been done that states that reading is the most important building block for success in school and life. Take the time to read with your child as long as you can each day. Take them to the library and let them choose some books to foster the enjoyment of reading even more.

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