How Young Children Learn
Author: Helios Education FoundationFebruary 23, 2015
In laying the foundation for success in school and beyond, the ages between birth to eight are the most critical in a child’s development. Ensuring young children have access to quality early learning environments, regardless of race, income or geography, provides many proven individual and societal benefits. Yet, we must ensure that the learning environment is age and developmentally appropriate. Click below to view a video about how learning through play, relevant activities and group participation help young children grasp concepts and knowledge that they need for future education.
Category: Early Childhood Education