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A child can be sent to pre-school as he turns 3. Many pre-schools even admit kids who are 2 and half years old based on the child’s skills and knowledge. In general, kids stay in preschool for a year or two and then move to kindergarten from where their journey towards education and school gets started.
Studying and spending time with kids of their age, they get to have more understanding of relations, people and emotions too. They learn to get social and work as a team. Being away from home, they learn the ways of adjusting all by on their own. Often, it even leads to your toddler turning self-dependent.
Whatever the reason is, this has generated a lot of curiosity as parents wish to know if entering kindergarten late can help kids perform better in school or does it hamper their learning process.
If go by a latest research, delayed schooling can apparently result into poor academic performance in kids. Sounds a little surprising, isn’t it? But the fact remains intact that it does hamper your child’s academic performance and even makes way for other problems that can affect your child.
Let us here dwell into the subject in detail and understand how exactly delayed kindergarten affects your child.
You may be able to teach your little one at home for the initial years, but it would never be same as the learning environment he will get in a school. In case of delayed schooling, your child may or may not pick up the things as taught. By delaying school, you will end up weakening his learning base.
Let your child set out in the world at a tender age and understand things around by means of education. Give him a strong base that can help him build a flawless future!