Positive physical environment in an early childhood program should support children’s independence and allow them to make as many age appropriate decisions as possible.

Children need “Easy access to functional work spaces.” Play material should be kept where children can easily and safely find them use them, and put them away on their own.  - Marjorie Kostelnik 

The Importance of Childhood Education

Benefits of Early Education

Positive physical environment in an early childhood program should support children’s independence and allow them to make as many age appropriate decisions as possible.

Children need “Easy access to functional work spaces.” Play material should be kept where children can easily and safely find them use them, and put them away on their own.  - Marjorie Kostelnik 

PROVIDING SOCIALIZATION:

Socialization with people of there than the child's family in a safe environment is an essential foundational element. 

CONCEPT OF COOPERATION:

Learning how to share, cooperate, take turns, and preserves with a safe learning environment, guided by professionals who have the children's best interests at heart. 

ENCOURAGING HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT:

The approach taken to build a strong foundation for a child's emotional, social, physical, and mental development which will prepare them for a lifetime. 

  • More likely to graduate high school

  • A reduction in behavior problems throughout the school-career

  • Less likely to become involved with crime in later years

  • Longer attention spans and overall better retention of information

  • Reduction of the need for special education later in school

  • Generally better grades

  • Exposure to diversity

Valuing difference and diversity are crucial to a child's early development. Early childhood education serves to guide children to appreciate and accept differences and become well-rounded contributor to society.