September 13, 2011

Early Education=Long Term Gains

What reaction would you have if a three year old came up to you and extended his hand and introduced himself?  Probably shock!  Just three years old, you say as you heap praise on him and his wonderful social skills.  He also can introduce his playmate to you and do that perfectly, too.

The intellectual stimulation a child receives before they are three years old plays a pivotal role in their development. Having proper education and encouragement during these early years, shapes their path for the future. Our research shows that ages zero to three have the greatest learning curve. During ages four, five and six is the second greatest learning curve. Children do not grasp concepts as quickly after six years old as they did prior to that time. Strong programs like Manners for 3, 4 & 5 Year Olds provides benefits for a child during these rapid years of development. Our character education program addresses the unique needs of younger children and can make a positive difference in a child’s life. Economists state that every dollar devoted to a child’s early education provides long-term gains.

If you are interested in becoming Manners for 3, 4, & 5 Year Olds certified teacher or if you are a part of a daycare facility or pre K teacher, this program has been taught successfully to children through nine years old. Please contact The American School of Protocol’s® office at 404-252-2245 or via email at pbnewfield@personalbest.net for further information.

 

 

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