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Five Reasons to Study Early Childhood Education

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Did you know? That the majority of  a  child’s brain development occurs during the first five years of life, and you can make a terrific difference in helping children reach their developmental milestones? Probably you do. Not sure you know that the development children have in their early years is going    to have a significant impact on their entire life journey.


We are all aware children develop from being almost entirely dependent new-borns to independent, communicating individuals who can dance, sing, and tell stories in their early years. We know the first five years of life are an extraordinary and vital part of child development.


There is much more. There is a  wealth of recent research proving mental stimulation between birth to  5 impacts cognitive development and social-emotional development for all the life of the children. In simple terms, like children learn best languages or music in their early and retain this superior knowledge for all their life journey, children learn better in their early years to interact, create and  think independently. If you are curious check


Early childhood educators play a critical role in a child’s development. They inspire young minds, expose them to the joys of learning, and give them the foundation for lifelong success.


If this is not enough, here are five reasons to study early childhood education.

Gain knowledge of developmental milestones

In this type of program, you’ll learn about the developmental milestones children make from birth

until age 5—from crawling, to speaking in full sentences, and everything in  between. This knowledge will help you learn to work with different age groups and how to best help them learn. In fact, the majority of a child’s brain development occurs during the first three years of  life, and educators can help children reach developmental milestones at different ages. There are several programs for educators and even parents  to  build professional knowledge  about Early Years education. offers cache qualification (British Qualification for early years) through courses lasting from 2 weeks to 1 year.


Understand the early learning process

An early childhood education degree is a chance to learn about the specific tools that help a  young  child love learning, something that will benefit them the rest of their lives. The first five years of  a  child’s life are pivotal to their long-term success—and educators can be part of it.


Learn relationship-building skills

This is a unique opportunity to  learn about the important relationships between parents and educational professionals, as well as the relationships between educators and other community  leaders. Early childhood development professionals need to be able to work with parents to help them teach their children at home. At the same time, educators must manage relationships with community members to find the best resources and opportunities for the students.


Provide a hands-on learning experience

In addition to classroom work, graduates from this kind of program often get the opportunity to provide their students with unique hands-on learning experiences. Instead of showing students colors on paper, teachers will often use other resources such as blocks, toys, sand, and water to help them learn shape, texture, colors, numbers, and elements. If you really want to interact with students in creative ways, you’ll no doubt benefit from an early childhood education program because it often focuses on hands-on learning through experiences rather than instructions.


Advocate for early childhood education resources and initiatives

Advocacy is an important part of any early childhood educational professional’s life. Many graduates

go on to improve the educational system for generations to  come  through work  at  the  local, state, and national level—and that’s because early childhood education professionals have the knowledge, resources, and experiences to help influence officials in ways that not many others can. Many educational professionals who work with young children must also advocate for their students’ needs not just to governmental bodies, but to non-profit organizations and other groups as  well. They work   to get  the best resources, the best experiences, and  ultimately the best education for their students  no matter what area they are from, who their parents are, and what type of  background they come  from.

Feeling inspired?

It’s no surprise that graduates with a degree in early childhood education get so excited about the  many different career possibilities ahead. They know that their days will be  spent not only working with young children and helping them learn what they need to know to move forward in life, but that they’ll also be truly making an impact on today’s educational system. Whether a graduate works in a traditional classroom or is employed as a tutor at a facility, that person will touch the lives of young children across the country in ways that could positively affect them forever.


“The goal of Early Childhood Education should be to activate the child’s own natural desire to learn.”

– Maria Montessori

Published by: Susan Roberts, Dated: September 19, 2019

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From Adriana (Mum)

Both my boys were at Children Oasis from the time they were 2 and until they were 4 years old; first attending the Spanish Programme and then, FS1. Both classes were great! The teachers are incredibly professional and caring. The communication with the parents is excellent and reports are detailed. They make learning fun and engaging for the kids who learn through hands-on activities and play. The facilities are beautiful with lots of stimulating and educational books and toys.  I couldn't ask for more during those early years for my children!

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