Time to grow social skills

MATES: Little Unicorn educators know that the best way for young children to build confidence and resilience is to interact with other kids.
MATES: Little Unicorn educators know that the best way for young children to build confidence and resilience is to interact with other kids.

The impact that early learning centres can have on a child's development and preparation for life is substantial, according to The Little Unicorn early education centre.

It said that access to quality early childhood education programs improves not only the intellectual development of a child, but also their physical, emotional and social skills and abilities.

The Little Unicorn has a new Charlestown Square centre opening in January 2020, so now is the perfect time to send through your expressions of interest. The waitlists fill up fast so email enrol@thelittleunicorn.com.au to ensure that you secure your Little Unicorn's spot.

Early childhood centres allow children to interact with same age peers, developing the language and social skills required to relate with other children and make friends.

The centres are also language-rich environments, which provides your child with a fantastic place to grow and stretch their vocabulary ahead of 'big school' where small developments in language and comprehension can have a huge impact on their learning.

Finding a centre with trained educators also means that an expert is able to identify any developmental stumbles your child may have. These could be in areas such as speech, hearing or sight. Catching these issues early, rather than after they have enrolled into school allows time to address the problem before it has the ability to affect their learning.

With the help of the right early childhood centre and their trained staff, it is an amazing and hugely rewarding step for both you and your child.

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Many early childhood centres even offer food and nutrition programs specifically designed to nourish growing little bodies and minds. This can be of huge value to children of this age group as it is the most crucial years of their cognitive development.

Research has shown that children who have been enrolled in 600 hours of early learning the year before school, arrive ready to participate and engage in organised learning. Not only have they been given an environment where they can safely develop and grow, but they are able to express themselves in creative ways and are excited to learn.

At The Little Unicorn, staff value and respect each child as an active participant and decision maker in their own learning.

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