Pre-kindergarten is a form of early childhood education. It is usually offered as a formal educational program for children aged 2 ½ - 3 ½ years. The goal of pre-kindergarten is to prepare children for starting kindergarten the following year.

Pre-kindergarten is different from day care or child care, as it is more focused on academics and skill building. Not only do pre-KG teachers focus on academics, but they also help develop children emotionally, socially and physically. Most pre-KG facilities follow an educational curriculum that outlines instructional activities to meet these goals.

A great deal of research has been carried out into effects on a child’s education from attending a pre-K program. Most brain development occurs before the age of five, so starting education earlier is beneficial to all children. Studies have shown that children that attend pre-kindergarten are less likely to be held back during their schooling and they are more likely to graduate from high school.

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