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3 Reasons to Consider Sending Your Child to a Nature Preschool

Deciding on preschool for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make for their education. There are several reasons that you should be seriously considering a nature preschool. Let’s take a look at how you can know your child’s ready for this type of education.

1. They Learn By Doing

In a nature preschool setting, children learn by doing. This hands-on learning focuses on real-world education. The curriculum is based on growing, harvesting, and learning about nature. Students are fully immersed in nature and learning through experience. These schools help to build on a child's natural curiosity and provide an encouraging environment that nurtures children.

2. Nature Is Ideally Suited for Preschoolers

According to the American Pediatric Association, a toddler will take about 176 steps every minute on average. Toddlers need room to move around, and preschools that are focused on nature spend a great deal of time outdoors, where preschoolers can run around in a safe environment.

Children attending class in nature can burn up all that pent-up energy while learning. Studies have shown that preschool children that don't have to sit in one spot are more open to learning. Learning in nature is a great way to reduce stress and help children focus on the subject.

Think about how you feel when you stroll through the great outdoors. It’s a wonderful way for you to feel grounded and relaxed. It can do the same for your child.

3. Nature Education Helps Children Become Great Observers

This type of education can help your child develop observation and critical thinking skills. Children learn to observe a problem and develop strategies for overcoming problems, and they develop connections to the natural world in these types of preschools.

Learning for preschoolers is not meant to happen in a vacuum or in a situation where they’re forced to sit for long periods. Children are meant to learn in an environment that feeds their curiosity and helps them develop a love of learning. Nature preschools can get your child excited about learning and develop all the skills they need for a good academic foundation. Learn more today by getting in touch with us.

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