How Preschool Can Help Your Child Get off to a Flying Start

Our Principal Psychologist, Azza Brown, comments about how to give children the best start when it comes to enrolling them into pre-K. 

“The first five years are crucial for a child’s brain development as children absorb pretty much anything they’re exposed to,” child psychologist Azza Brown explains. “Early engagement in an enriched learning environment is fairly essential for an ongoing interest in education and learning, as it builds these skills.”

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