One of the most important benefits of coming to a Pre-School is the social interaction and learning to be self-sufficient.
The children here are safe - physically, emotionally and socially. Young children learn to live in a classroom community; they learn to follow a routine, and to get along with people who aren't their relatives. Interacting with other children means learning how to wait, how to take turns, and how to listen. Young children learn social skills when they interact with other children. These social skills are critical to a developing personality.