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Children starting school from 6 years

Children starting school from 6 years



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The first year of school has as a learning system still plays, but in another form to which the little ones were used until now. Teaching should be done according to the needs of each child. The students are expected to progress in literature and mathematics from an early age, being the starting point of their education.


The first year of school has as a learning system still plays, but in another form to which the little ones were used until now. Teaching should be done according to the needs of each child. The students are expected to progress in literature and mathematics from an early age, being the starting point of their education.
Since we know that the child will be academically pressured in the future, why would we try to stress him earlier? There is a time for all. Many parents say, "Little Andrew brings me greetings made by him, but Mihai doesn't. In fact, we have to look differently, Mihai may not be ready yet.
Many parents want to know the data, statistics and notes on their development and evolution because they are clear evidence of children's progress.
Children learn about the world through play, on the street or in the park and about certain aspects of life at a certain time. At the moment, we do not give the children enough time and space for themselves. Preschool children develop from a social point of view in a natural way through play.
At the annual conference of the Harrogate Professional Association of Teachers (PAT), Deborah Lawson, one of the experts pointed out that the students who started earlier in school do not do better than those who start later. It is vital for them to have the freedom to play, without the adults telling them what to do.
The teachers' association points out that many of the children who start school before the age of 6 are not prepared for the academic curriculum, so it is recommended that the parent objectively evaluate his or her child's ability.
Laura Moise,
Editor