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You Can Learn Anything You Put Your Mind To

When I was a teenager, I earned great grades in school, played an instrument in the school band, and played a sport. I was never afraid to learn new things and was always eager to tackle all of the challenges that came with the learning experience. However, that all changed when I was finally the legal driving age in my state. I was terrified of driving and convinced that I would fail miserably at it! The feeling took me by surprise, but after some soul-searching and supportive advice from family, I finally got up the nerve to get behind the wheel. The "rest is history," as they say, and I soon actually became a great driver. I now have children and always tell them they can learn anything they put their minds too. I decided to start a blog to share my educational tips and help inspire others to learn!


You Can Learn Anything You Put Your Mind To

5 Common Misconceptions About Preschool

Logan Ryan

Young children can receive many educational and social benefits from attending preschool. However, as a parent, you may wonder if it is worth it to send your child to preschool or not. You might have heard various untruths about it that are making you reluctant to send your child there.

Here are a few common misconceptions about preschool that you should not believe anymore.

A Child Does Not Need Preschool Because They Can Learn Things at Home

Some parents may not want to send their children to preschool because they assume they can just teach them at home. While children can certainly learn a lot from their parents, it should not be a replacement for preschool. Preschool teachers are educated professionals who have been specifically trained on how to teach little children. They can teach your child valuable language, cognitive, social and emotional skills.

The Effects of Preschool Do Not Last Long

This is another common misconception about preschool. Some parents might not think it is worth it to send their kids to preschool because they will just forget everything anyway. However, a lot of children actually remember the things they learn in preschool and may be more prepared for elementary school because of it.

Preschool Makes Children Learn Too Early

Some parents may want to put off preschool and let their kids be kids. However, there is actually no such thing as learning too early. Your child can still have fun and learn new things in the process. 

Preschool Is the Same as Babysitting

Although preschool does provide your child with supervision, it is a lot more than just babysitting. In preschool, your child will learn language, vocabulary, math, problem-solving, listening, and memory skills. It is unlikely that your child would learn all that just from one babysitter.

Preschools Lack a Set Curriculum

Some parents may be reluctant to send their children to preschool because they think they will just play all day. However, that is not what happens at preschool. A good preschool program will actually have an organized curriculum that benefits the children. They will be in a structured learning environment and learn a lot.

As you can see, there are a lot of different misconceptions about preschool. If you are ready to send your child to preschool, you should schedule a tour with a preschool in your area as soon as possible and take time to learn about their programs.