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5 Things Your Child Learns at Nursery

Your child’s day nursery is their first stage of their educational experience, and it is where they begin to learn and interact with the world around them. It is where they learn to make friends and meet new people, to play and create opportunities, all in a loving, caring environment.

Nurseries provide so many fantastic opportunities for your child so here are the top 5 things your child will learn when they attend their first learn and play centre.

Learning to be individual

Every child is taught that they are unique and special, and this is absolutely true. Your child has their own brilliant abilities that are different from others. At nursery they will be taught to use these abilities to improve the world around them.

Making Friends

The relationships that your child forms during their early years helps them to understand how people behave, both within the environment around them and with others. At nursery, your child will be taught the value of meeting new people and making new friends, and how to do this everywhere they go. Most importantly, they will be taught how to play well with others and how to evolve stellar sharing skills.

Boosting confidence

Every parent hopes that their child will grow up to be an independent, confident individual, and when they attend their first nursery they are taught how to do this. Through positive reinforcement by their teachers and supervisors, children are taught to be friendly and outgoing. They are given the confidence to go out into the world and be the best they can be.

To be an Independent Learner

Whilst it is important that each child is given enough supervision and guidance to engage in activities during their time at nursery, it is also important that they are given the tools required to be independent later in life. Your child will be given guidance in order to become learning independent, to be able to interact with their environment and absorb knowledge on their own.

Develop Healthy Life Choices

The ability to be an independent learner means that your child will also develop the ability to make their own life choices that will benefit their well being in the future. At nursery, children are taught about the benefits of regular exercise, reading, writing and painting, and are given regular play-time in outside play areas in order to engage and learn from their environment.

Most importantly, during their time at nursery your child will learn how to be happy and respect others happiness, in order to bring as much health and well-being to their own lives as well as the lives of those around them. Your child’s time at their first nursery is precious and life changing, and should be cherished by every parent.

Sandhills Day Nurseries work to provide each child with all these great experiences, in the warm and loving environments provided by their nurseries. Together with a group of friendly, qualified staff members, Sandhills gives children the best nursery learning experience possible with facilities in Birmingham, Wolverhampton and across the West Midlands.

You can visit Sandhills Day Nurseries: www.sandhillsdaynursery.co.uk

Vivid Times

This article is written by Vivid Time Staff member.