Updated: Sep 12, 2020
Childhood is the beginning of starting their life as humans. As old habits die hard, early childhood is an ideal time to learn basic skills for future learning. Generally, education is provided by the government. Even learning is not mandatory, there are tons of benefits to it.
Benefits of Education
So, what do we gain from education?
Satisfaction of fulfillment
Improvement of critical thinking skills
Strong understanding of the discipline
Promotes equality and empowerment
Right to Learn
“EDUCATION IS THE RIGHT OF EVERY CHILD. IT SHOULD BE FREE AND FAIR, WITH EQUAL ACCESS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS.” - Article 28, Convention on the Rights of the Child, 1989
Every child, including the most deprived in the world, is entitled to education because it has the potential to transform lives.
Education is a fundamental human right for all and all need to make the most of their lives. Having an education helps people access all other human rights that they have.
Early childhood education paves the way for success in school. In general, the school provides education since we are young for our mental and psychological growth. Preschool offers a place for children to learn, develop a sense of self, play with friends, and create trust in themselves. Not only does it train your child for reading, writing, and arithmetic, it builds trust, too. Whether at home or in a formal daycare environment, the emphasis should be on stimulating enthusiasm, excitement, and enjoyment.
How to Support
Supporting children’s learning at home is also as important as learning themselves at school.
There are 5 ways to demonstrate your education support to children.
Show a positive attitude about education towards your child.
Talk a lot with your child about their school and friends.
Have a meeting with your child’s teacher.
Help anytime if your child is struggling with homework.
Inspire them to think creatively and actively.