Preschoolers learn “pre-skills,” which lay the groundwork for the future. Through their playing, singing and learning, preschoolers gain skills that ultimately help them learn to read, write, build their math and science skills, and become successful students. Preschoolers also learn “school readiness” skills, which help them understand the routines of school, how to work in groups, and how to be students.
Gondia Public school run its preschool as ‘Blooming Buds’ a perfect preschool, provide early childhood education and care for children, and help them develop a range of skills that make them ready to learn when they start school, such as:
- Social skills: the ability to empathize and interact successfully with their peer group, and also relate easily to adults.
- Language skills: the ability to have adequate language skills in order to benefit from experiences facilitating their cognitive, educational and social development.
- Executive function skills: the ability to hold and manipulate information in the brain, plan and regulate one’s behaviour, problem-solve, and be creative.
- Emotional self-regulation skills: the ability to adapt behaviours depending on the situation, to control impulses and to shift attention.
Self-regulation in learning skills: the ability to postpone immediate satisfaction to attain long-term goals, sustain attention, be persistent, and remain concentrated