EDUCATION

Future Kids Preschool Value Childrens' Inquisitive Nature

Monday 11 November 2019, 7:35PM
By Beckie Wright
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At Future Kids Preschool they believe that a child’s knowledge comes from their natural virtue of being inquisitive, and by valuing these curiosities they know they can embrace each child’s journey to understanding the world in which they live. Young children are naturally curious and observant. They want learn the skills that their families and society value — such as reading the instructions for assembling a toy, or selecting the correct bills or coins to pay for a purchase.

Children are born inquisitive, and it is this curiosity that allows them to learn more about the world through every experience and social interaction. They are extremely curious and they tend to explore everything, which means their attention is spread out, even when they're asked to focus.

The fact is that 4 and 5-year-olds will start asking some wonderful questions about the world around them, like “what happens to the water after the rain? Do birds play?” Even you as a parent might become confused when trying to answer some of their questions, but the preschool will make your job easier. It will teach your children to find answers through exploration, experimentation, and conversation.

Keep in mind that for small children preschool is all about having fun and acquiring social skills – not achieving academic milestones. Kids need to be imaginative and to socialise because that’s what fosters creative and well-rounded people.

Driven by curiosity, people seek to explore the world. At no time in life is curiosity more powerful than in early childhood. The world of a young child is full of new foods to taste, new people to meet, new games to play, words to understand, places to visit, and concepts to master. The infant and toddler will touch, taste, smell, climb over, poke at, take apart, watch, listen, and learn more than at any other time in life. It is, simply, how we learn

By having an influential role in the lives of their children it becomes Future Kids’ responsibility to provide an environment that encourages meaningful encounters with rich potential to engage, communicate and form trusting relationships.  Empowering children to be confident learners who believe in their capabilities is so important, so for more information on outdoor environments in early childhood, preschool New Plymouth and childcare prices Hamilton please go to https://www.futurekids.co.nz .