Advice parents have been hearing for quite a while now. So why would you want to involve your child in an online preschool?
The advantages are endless.
This past year has been hectic to say the least. Parents have watched their own children get disappointed every time their schedule had to change due to the pandemic. Children need stability.
That is what online preschool can bring.
Children start engaging in a stable routine. They start to be able to have structure back in their lives. With live classes at the same time each day, they start to be able to know that things can be reliable. The children also get to immerse themselves in more of a diverse classroom.
With children from all over the US, they are able to meet children that they may not have been able to interact with in their neighborhood school. Children are given the opportunity to learn more about different cultures through social interactions in an online classroom.
Each child in an online classroom gains confidence and a sense of self that will jump start them into a more traditional classroom setting. Check out Preschool from Home’s Free trial page to see the confidence for yourself: https://go.preschoolfromhome.com/school
Kindergarten can be a scary place for a child. Having an opportunity to gain that confidence before “big school” is a huge step in the right direction. One other area that gives online preschool children a head start is technology.
We can all admit that this world is based on technology. By being involved in an online preschool, children are able to start learning the ins and outs of a computer or tablet. This knowledge will definitely follow them into schools.
You may also be asking yourself, how much can a child actually learn in an online school?
Well, that answer is pretty simple, the same thing that can be taught in a classroom.
With unlimited online resources, lessons can be taught the same way. Teachers make sure that time is given each day in their online classroom for play and silliness.
Children are also able to learn from the other children about play. Just as they do in a classroom setting. Teachers also feel that the relationship between teacher and child is the same in both settings.
Online, teachers are still able to get to know the child and the families, maybe even more since the children are in their natural setting! On Preschool from Home testimonial page, you will see parents commenting on how much their child loves the online classroom setting: https://preschoolfromhome.com/testimonials
Online teachers have seen first hand, children that have been home for the past year and haven’t had much interaction start to shine in a virtual setting. They are able to learn preschool concepts and prepare themselves for the natural classroom setting.
Children in a virtual preschool build their whole selves and gain confidence to take on life after preschool.