Sending your child to a preschool is a good start to their future success. Kids who attend preschool are more prepared for kindergarten than those who don’t. It is in preschool that children learn the skills they need for brain development, as well as for their social and emotional development. In preschool, children receive the knowledge required to enter kindergarten. Kids Kampus Preschool in Burleson offers a preschool program that gives children valuable knowledge to prepare them academically for years to come.

If you are considering sending your child to preschool, here are 6 things that they will learn at our Burleson preschool.

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Preschool is a time when kids are exposed to new words and vocabulary

Letters and sounds

The language skills of a child grow rapidly from the time they are 3 until age 5. To ensure they reach their full potential when it comes to language and literacy, it is a good idea to enroll them in preschool. In preschool, kids get more exposure to new words and vocabulary because they are given more opportunities to talk to their peers and teachers.  Our Burleson preschool also gets children ready for reading and writing by teaching them about letters and the sounds that they make. They also get to practice writing their names and well-defined letters.

Numbers and Math preparation

Another important skill that children need to learn to be ready for kindergarten are the fundamentals of Math. They will become familiar with numerals 0 to 10 and learn how to count from 1 to 10. These are some of the things that we work on at Kids Kampus. Our Burleson preschool makes learning Math fun and exciting for kids. Our teachers use games and activities that involve counting, matching and sorting so that the students can practice their pre-Math skills.

Social skills

Before your kids start kindergarten, they should be comfortable working and interacting with their peers. Kids Kampus Preschool gives kids the first chance to be with and to trust other people apart from their parents and family. This will help them develop their social skills. It is in preschool that a child is introduced to new kids gathered in one room. With the help of our preschool teachers, it becomes easier for children to get along and make friends with others.

Diversity

Children need to feel a sense of belonging. They need to have a sense of who they are. We do our best to make each child comfortable and included.  In our Burleson preschool, children are exposed to similar and diverse peers. This skill will help them listen to and understand other people’s points of view and have an open mind even, at a young age.

Cognitive skills

A child’s cognitive skills are developing rapidly at this age.  Enrolling them in preschool will further promote their brain development. Our preschool teachers give their students interesting activities that encourage them to practice their problem-solving skills, ask more questions, investigate, and expand their imagination. Kids are given challenges that are designed to be fun and enjoyable, but at the same time, will improve their cognitive reactions.

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Kids begin to recognize shapes and colors in preschool

Motor skills

Our Burleson preschool also offers activities that tremendously boost the motor skills of kids. We understand that every child has a very active nature and to further develop their motor skills, they are given the right indoor and outdoor tasks, games and activities. For instance, they will be shown how to make art projects that develop their fine-motor skills. Preschool teachers also give them guided physical games outside the classroom, along with other activities like dancing and singing.

Starting kindergarten is a lot easier for kids who have spent time with their peers in a preschool setting. It will be easier for them to adjust and be comfortable in a classroom setting. They will also be ahead in terms of academics. If now is the time to send your child to a preschool, consider Kids Kampus in Burleson to give your child the best learning experience they deserve.