Early Learning means a lot of different things, depending on whom you talk with. The government calls early learning preschool programs before public school kindergarten begins. Many private schools call all their classes before elementary early learning. But of course, homeschooling is different. We have a different style of teaching, usually not based on age, birth dates, and group strategies. We are looking instead at each individual child as a unique person with his own unique path toward mastery in each subject. So our definition of early learning should be unique, too.
Early learning sets the stage for future educational success.
What do you think makes the early years so important?
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