• Sense of Sharing

 

The child has a hard time discovering the feeling of sharing who is alone at home. But when he will be with his friends in the school environment, he will inevitably taste this feeling and develop the ability to communicate for it.

 

  • Developing of Problem Solving 

 

At the school, children may encounter some problems. The child, who is away from his parents, develops the ability to solve the problems he / she encounters on his own and this increases the self-confidence of the child.

 

  • PSYCHOMOTOR (FINGER COORDINATION) DEVELOPMENT

 

The education has given in kindergartens that children develop psychomotor. In pre-school education, which is mostly based on visual and auditory, children’s use of scissors, playing dough and painting provides hand-finger coordination development.

 

  • Preparation of Primary School

 

Children who receive kindergarten education spend the transition to primary school more easily. The crowded school environment creates an obligation to communicate, thus improving the child’s ability to communicate. The child with improved communication ability can make friends more comfortably. The lessons learned in the kindergarten are the preparatory preparations for the primary school. Getting used to the presence of the teacher from kindergarten makes it easier for children to adapt to the classroom. At the same time, getting up and going to school at a certain time and returning home provides an order for the child’s transition to school life.

 

  • Discover Yourself

 

The child who goes to a well-equipped kindergarten in preschool education can discover his own talent with a variety of lessons. A child with a musical ear may be more fortunate than his friends who do not go to school in terms of performing a music lesson and doing a job he loves in his future life or knowing a hobby he likes.