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Child education is of utmost importance. It is never too early to start educating your child. Child education experts suggest children can start their educations as young as two or three in a pre-school setting. This will help the child socialize and prepare them for the school years ahead.
Once children enter grade school they are taught the basics such as reading, writing, mathematics and science. Child education shouldn’t stop at there, however. Parents should ensure their children are receiving a well rounded education in a school that offers arts, including music and theatre, and physical education programs.
Child education experts claim art classes, especially music and theatre classes, help children develop self esteem and enhance their social skills. Children who study in arts classes are said to learn faster and develop at a quicker rate than children who do not. Art classes are a great way for children to express themselves and expand their creativity.
Physical education programs are an important part of child education. They teach children how to be active in their daily lives, showing them the importance regular exercise. Children will learn how to socialize and work in teams through team sports, such as soccer, baseball, volleyball or basketball. Physical education also increases self esteem and provides children with a healthy body image. Children will grow up to be healthier adults as a result of regular physical activity.
The key to keeping children interested in school is to communicate with them. Parents should be active in their children’s school lives. Child education is as much the responsibility of the parent as it is of the teacher.
Parents should encourage their children to do homework, tutor their children or set up a schedule to regulate time spent studying. The more the parent is involved, the better the child will perform. Child education experts urge parents to become involved, not only at home, but in the school setting as well. Parents should volunteer in the classroom – take children on fieldtrips, start an after-school reading group, or join the Parent Teacher Association.
Child education experts recommend that parents talk to their children about the value of higher education. Parents should encourage their children to strive for high grades. Parents should teach their children about their options in the future, such as going on to pursue university or college.
Every child deserves a good, well rounded education. Parents must ensure the school offers a variety of classes to suit their children’s needs. If children are gifted in a certain area, such as art, parents might want to seek out a school that focuses more on the arts.
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Budget Decisions Affect Military-Connected Children - PR Newswire (press release)
Budget Decisions Affect Military-Connected Children
PR Newswire (press release)
HARKER HEIGHTS, Texas, March 7, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In response to proposed cuts to the fiscal year 2015 budget highlighted in remarks made by Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel this week, the Military Child Education CoalitionÂ® ...
Literacy event focuses on needs of military children - Killeen Daily Herald
Literacy event focuses on needs of military children
Killeen Daily Herald
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