Being successful means doing the best we can with what we have. Success is in trying, not in the getting from others; success is a personal standard, reaching for the highest that is in us, with all our capabilities.”
Do you remember when did you start thinking of your capabilities?
Maybe when you grew up or when you were in high school or college.
Before that, who was there to boost your confidence and capabilities?
The answer is, your parents and educators.
Educators enter our lives at the age of 3 or 4 and spend a long time with us.
As we all know, preschools and playschools are the foundation of formal education. Preschool educators and education methodology leave a significant impact on the kid’s personality and overall development.
Have you ever thought about how to boost confidence in our small kids?
Quality education provides children the mental, emotional, and physical skills to grow to their full potential and make them keen to tackle any challenges standing in their way.
White Canvas Preschool believes that play is work for children. They want to use their senses to discover and explore. They want to figure out what something does or how it can be used. Think of it as “biology with a lab.” They don’t even want an adult’s help.
For those of you with children or who work with them, you know this to be true. Children are often saying to their adults: “No” or “I can do it myself.” This confidence is the foundation of success in the future.
Through White canvas Preschool, play way methodology; children develop a love of learning. Children spent time in discovering and failing at tasks, which teach persistence and resilience. The opportunities to fail and try again are essential to learning and brain development.
Building real confidence to become successful is a steady process. No one can stop our little one from being UNSTOPPABLE if they have a perfect foundation. They should teach to think positive, which will boost their confidence.
White canvas Preschool is committed to encouraging kids to give their best shot with confidence, because, “whom they have to be tomorrow depends on who they are today.”
Let the children play. Let them love learning and become the educators of tomorrow.