Preschool is an important milestone in a kid’s childhood. It marks the first formal learning experience of a child. However, the start of this new experience might be challenging for both the child and the parents. The child needs to be independent enough to actually enjoy and learn in school.
Here are helpful advice on how to get your child ready for early childhood education at their preschool:
- Potty training
Some schools require that their students are already potty-trained or learning to be. Being potty trained is a sign that the child is already capable of following instructions and taking care of themselves. Providers of infant care in Northeast Washington, D.C. can help teach your child to be potty trained.
Preschool-ready kids can already pay attention and remember instructions. They listen during storytelling and can complete learning activities. Our child care centers in Southeast, Washington, D.C. help enhance your child’s concentration and cognitive development.
Being able to say goodbye to their parents is an indication of independence. When kids already feel excited about school and learning with their classmates, they are becoming more independent.
Community Educational Research Group is a trusted provider of childcare in Washington, D.C. Our programs include infant care, toddler care, preschool, school-age program, and out-of-school time program.