Research, made on early childhood education, has demonstrated that it benefits children, their families, and their communities at the same time. During their early years, children go through crucial stages of development, and sequential, high-quality early childhood education can have long-lasting, valuable effects on the general development of children. It is of course of the highest importance to choose a preschool in which your child will be loved and cared for.   However it’s also important to select a preschool that will partner with your family to assure your child’s healthy development throughout his/her early childhood education years.

  Evaluations of well-designed programs which aim to foster early development showcase that children who take part in these programs tend to be more successful in formal school, are more acquainted socially and emotionally, and demonstrate better verbal, intellectual and physical development during early years than children who are not engaged in high-quality preschool programs.


Early childhood education benefits formal education in a few ways:

  1. Rise in high school graduation rates.
  2. Better results on standardized tests.
  3. Reduces grade repetition.
  4. Reduces the number of children placed in special education.
  5. Improves performance in the classroom.


Children who are enrolled in the preschool programs develop more forward skills in domains such as socio-emotional, cognitive and language.


Social and emotional development.

Attendance of the same preschool program throughout child’s early years allows him/her to built relationships with the adults and peers in that environment. That child who feels secure and comfortable with the people in his/ her life is more likely to partake in learning opportunities and in collective play, like role play with others, playing games with rules, and working with others to achieve goals.

Children who experience coherence in their early childhood education program evince less offensive behaviors, because of their ability to interact with others and apply their language skills to resolve conflicts. The consistency of daily interactions, knowledge of the teachers and coevals, which exist in early childhood program, foster young children’s confidence and competency in social settings.

Cognitive Development.
High-grade early childhood development program that offer age-appropriate curriculum enable children to develop certain cognitive skills which are relevant to their age. Such curriculum is based on children’s existing skills and knowledge to help them obtain new skills and knowledge. Moreover, curriculum program that include developmental objectives guarantee that children follow a range and sequence of age-appropriate developmental stages throughout their time in the program.

Language Development.
Children show rapid development of language between the ages of one and five years old. At this age the environment and people around them influence their language development, hence it is important that a preschool create such atmosphere for learning in which a child feels secure and engages in frequent, age-appropriate conversations. Such daily interactions promote more advanced language skills by enhancing vocabulary and conversational skills. Certain activities such as daily group discussions, songs, finger-plays, songs, and read-alouds, help children to develop the fundamental language skills which will continue to progress throughout their lifetimes.