• Maria Sierra

Early Childhood Education

90% of our brains develop by the age of 5. Before age 5 is when our brains are more flexible- learning is easiest. According to Harvard's Center on the Developing Child "A major ingredient in this developmental process is the serve and return interaction between children and their parents and other caregivers in the family or community. In the absence of responsive caregiving—or if responses are unreliable or inappropriate—the brain’s architecture does not form as expected, which can lead to disparities in learning and behavior. birth to about 5 years old is when children's brains have the most potential for growth."

Early childhood learning centers provide quality care and education to children. Lets be real, being a parent is more than a full time job. So now, you are probably making a list of things you can look up and do to become their teacher also. Don't. Stop. Please, please look into enrolling your child in an local early child learning center (daycare). Yes, this blog is a part of Canguro Care Learning Center. We provide exceptional care, partner with parents to create individualized learning goals focusing on emotional intelligence to build a strong foundation for curious motivated learners. But, we might not be the right fit for you. The important thing is that you look around and find find someplace that fits your child and family. Licensed centers have teachers who are licensed, very well trained to care and teach your child. They have the tools and environment to provide optimum learning opportunities.


Quality early education is so important, and sets children up for success.


More information:

https://developingchild.harvard.edu/science/key-concepts/

https://developingchild.harvard.edu/science/key-concepts/brain-architecture/

https://www.nu.edu/resources/why-is-early-childhood-education-important/https://www.firstthingsfirst.org/early-childhood-matters/brain-development/

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