Early Childhood Education \u2013 A Boon To Overall Development Of A Child

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Early Childhood Education – A Boon To Overall Development Of A Child

Posted By Yomindz Classes     June 4, 2021    

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MUDDY PUDDLE - PLAY, GROW & GROOM

Have you ever thought that why early Childhood development is important in a child? At what age the development starts in a child?

One of the famous sayings, 'Children learn as they play more, importantly in play children learn how to learn'.

The best and the most impactful way to make a child learn is through fun and the learning starts in the very tender age of a child’s life.

The knowledge has 4 pillars according to the report released by UNESCO. These four pillars are basically the Four Pillars of Education for the 21st Century. These are:

1. Learning to know
2. Learning to do
3. Learning to live together, learn to live with others
4. Learning to be

These four pillars are the essence of development in any child, which should be introduced at the early age of the child. These 4 pillars of education teaches that what children need to acquire and to develop themselves.

• Learning to know –focused on logical reasoning, critical thinking, boosting memory& academics etc.
• Learning to do – Focus on skills like leadership qualities, teamwork, professional training, etc.
• Learning to live together – Focus on social skills like empathy, sharing, selflessness, gratitude, social behaviour, inter-personal relationship and conflict resolution etc.
• Learning to be – Focus on Self-Esteem, Emotional Intelligence, Critical thinking & Cultural awareness etc.

The early childhood years are like a wet mud and they can be moulded the way one want to mould their children. We often allow our children to play, jump and enjoy in the muddy puddles so that they can explore the life to the fullest but we do keep an eye on them to check that if they slip they should not hurt themselves badly. Young kids are highly enthusiastic when it comes to exploring the world but unknowingly the grownups, may be due to over concern, stop them from creating their own experience and the word NO is introduced in a very negative gesture. Such commands go deep into the subconscious mind of a child. Even after growing up a child may consciously understand the different concepts but the beliefs they are carrying deep down in their subconscious will always rule their thoughts and actions . The way the subconscious mind of a child has developed reflects in their behaviour towards their peer group, parents as well as the outside world. So it is very important how parents communicate and connect with the child.

Moreover, early childhood education helps in developing a lifelong love for learning in children. While introducing any topic or subject to a child, the main focus should be on the holistic development of the child.

The four pillars of knowledge and education play a key role in development of any child at any age. But if can introduce the new concepts to our little toads on the basis of the four pillars of education it can make the job easier for the teacher as well as the learners. The four pillar formula can help in creating a balance between the outer world and inner world of a child. It covers not just the academic growth but also works on the cognitive skills of a child. It will help a child not just to learn the social skills but also the emotional skills.

A child who can understand and express their emotions mostly have great communication skills as well as strong relationships with others. A child needs an appropriate environment to express them which builds self- esteem and confidence in initial stages of life.

Did I Miss the Train?

A question must have aroused in the mind of the parents whose kids are little grownups or might have reached teenage also that they could not use this four-pillar technique during the early childhood of their children, so now did they miss the train? The answer clearly is a big NO. Though the perfect time to introduce this technique was the childhood when children are curious to learn everything happening around them, but it is never too late.

At www.YoMindz.com a step-by-step Child Development Learning Programs that has been designed for the children who missed the early childhood education train. The curriculum is designed considering the holistic growth of the child aging 8 to 17 years. Itsobject is to create the balance between a child’s IQ and EQ apart from working on their thoughts, mind, emotions, self-development, social behaviour, and social skills.

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