Nursery is one of the best ways of not only preparing your child for school but helping their development. Being in an education environment that’s away from home will equip children with essential skills and help them overcome new challenges and evolve their skills – you’d be surprised just how much they will learn in a short amount of time.
Here are just some of the ways that nursery can help your child’s development.
Sending your child to nursery provides plenty of opportunities for them to grow physically. Being active, playing with different toys and doing a range of activities will help with coordination and strength so they can meet their milestones.
Interacting with siblings and other family members is a great way of developing socially, but meeting new people and navigating these scenarios will help children get to the next level. Social skills and relationships are a big part of nursery, not only between children but with adults too.
Although there are plenty of things that can be done at home to aid communication and language development, at nursery children are expected to be more independent. Because of this, they will quickly learn how to communicate in the right way as well as learning new words and phrases.
Being creative is an important part of a child’s development and something that can be encouraged at nursery. Imaginative play, taking part in creative activities such as art and sharing ideas are all great ways to grow this skill and many of the effects will cross over into other beneficial areas.
At Little Acorn Day Nursery, we offer professional care for babies, toddler and preschool children in Eastleigh and Southampton. Our team aims to make nursery a fun, learning adventure with beneficial learning and play balance that your little ones will enjoy. Get in touch with us today and find out more.