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How ECE Brings Life Long Success

YCIS The Game of Education: How Early Childhood Education Brings Life Long Success The Importance of Early Childhood Education A University of Minnesota study tracked nearly 900 children into adulthood who attended the "Child-Parent Center Education Program" in the early 1980s It found that entering preschool has enduring benefits lasting well into adulthood. The Kindergarten Environment 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 80 21 22 23 24 25 28 27 28 2e 30 456789 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 227 2a June 12345678 10 11 12 1a 141 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Here are 2 reasons why an early childhood group 789 10 11 12 789 10 1 24 25 28 M 123486789 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 o 21 22 a 17 18 19 a0 environment has a very crucial role in children's learning: 789 10 11 12 1a 14 15 123458788to 12946 al 12345: 11 12 13 2345678 Ortober 23456: 1) Young children are in the process of rapid brain 12 development in their early years. 2) Children spend a large amount of time in these environments. Many children spend a large portion 10 11 12 1. of their wakeful hours in early childhood group 15 18 17 settings. The Benefits of Early Childhood Education Higher grades 1. Greater ability to focus More likely to graduate and pursue higher education Better citizens Commit fewer crimes Earn more income Better social skills Better social integration as an adult Did You Know? Facts from the University of Minnesota study 75% • 80% of students who attended preschool finished high 80% school versus 75% who did not 11% • Nearly 15% of the preschool group attended a four-year 15% college, versus 11% of the other group • 28% of the preschool group had skilled jobs 21% requiring post-high school training compared to 21% 28% of non-preschool attendees $11,600 • Average annual adult income for the preschool group was about $11,600 versus $10,800 $10,800 • Early childhood education has a better return on investment than the stock market. The Kindergarten Stages This will often be a child's first experience of school Kindergarten 2 At this point they learn to: • Walk alone, jump, run • Scribble with crayons • Kick a ball • Imitate others Age 2 Creative and emotional skills are built in this stage through play and problem solving challenges. Kindergarten 3 Age 3 They learn to: • Tell stories with two or three sentences • Say the name of a friend • Throw a ball overhand • Copy a circle Continued development of stage 2 and 3 skills, where children know their first and last name Kindergarten 4 Age 4 They learn to: • Copy a cross • Eat by themselves • Sing a song from memory Preparation for primary school begins YCIS Early Childhood Education Program YCIS Shanghai believes in providing a well-rounded education for our pupils, which provides them with the skills and knowledge necessary to achieve great things in their adulthood. The mix of Eastern and Western educational philosophies in our Kindergartens builds the academic, intellectual and personal foundations of our students. But, the focus on building academic skills is just one part of our balanced ECE Programme. We also encourage peer camaraderie, free of cultural boundaries and bilingualism. Sponsored By YCIS (China Qingdao Beijing USA A leading International YCIS School with campuses in Silicon Valley Chongging Shanghai Hong Kong China, Hong Kong and the USA. YCIS focuses on providing a balanced education that uses bilingual education in English and Chinese at the core of its curriculum. Beijing Shanghai www.ycis-bj.com www.ycis-sh.com E-mail: enquiry@bj.ycef.com E-mail: enquiry@sh.ycef.com Phone: (8610) 8583 3731 Phone: (8621) 6219 5910 ext 222

How ECE Brings Life Long Success

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While there are some who are skeptical of the advantages that Early Childhood Education (ECE) provides, there are various studies and facts that have proven that ECE improves various areas of a child'...

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