Why Early Learning?
Everything a child learns after the age of 5 is a product of the patterns formed during the first five years. 700 new connections are formed every second in a child’s brain until the age of 5 and these nerve connections reduce as we grow older (1000 trillion at 8 months of age reduces to 500 trillion or lesser at age 10), concluding the process of forming new patterns in the brain.
A child’s first and most important teachers are the parents and they are responsible for providing consequential opportunities to grow and develop a foundation for learning. Research confirms that children who are exposed to early learning are statistically more likely to develop life skills and cognitive abilities to succeed in real life and be happier individuals.