7 advantages that nurseries offer parents and children.

Friday October 27th, 2017

 According to the NICHD STUDY of Early Childhood Care and Youth Development, it was argued that quality children’s schools promoted the social and academic skills of children before they start school.

If the family has no other means of caring for the child, and provided they do not have chronic illnesses, day care is not just the best solution, it is the only one solution possible.

Advantages of Nurseries:

1.- Professional care and advice.

The staff who work in a kindergarten are people who are properly trained and experienced. A baby is a very big responsibility and the person who runs the center is sure that his team is fully prepared to perform well the care and attention functions.

2.- Reconciliation with working life.

There are many families where both parents work, so they are in need of finding a center where their children are cared for at all times and without incurring a considerable expense. This factor can also add our desires of develop from a professional point of view. Reconciling family and professional life would be impossible without childcare.

3.- First breaks of independence and autonomy.

The child must begin to solve small problems for himself, to understand that he no longer exists alone.

4.- Socializing function.

Coexistence with peers, the presence of rules to be fulfilled and play entails learning in values: respect for oneself and for others, learn to share, strive and begin to understand the value of that effort, responsibility, solidarity, self-control, tolerance and friendship. babies from 0 to 3 years learn by imitation. They are observers and imitate their peers. This is especially advantageous when developing appropriate habits (hygiene, eating, behavior, etc.)

5.- Physical Development.

The baby from 0 to 3 years old plays all the time, they experiment, they fall to the ground and they rise again, they manipulate the objects, etc.

All this stimulates senses, improves the fine and thick motor, improves the balance and coordination in the movement generating more safety in its movements, carries out physical exercise and regulates its weight. In addition, the nursery teaches to maintain adequate food, hygiene habits and to rest.

6.- Cognitive Development.

Daycare contributes to the development of the baby’s intellectual abilities. Through play, movement, interaction and materials available in the classroom, the baby will be able to solve more complex situations gradually.

7.- Improvement of the emotional environment.

Recent studies speak of the importance of emotional education, in nursery new affective bonds are generated, learn to express your emotions better and your personality will be shaped. In addition, the nursery will become another place where you also feel at ease. You will learn to be more autonomous and that will positively impact your self-esteem.

It is increasingly important that the child begin to identify their emotions and know how to express them. Equally important is that they know how to empathize with their peers. In this sense, day care is a perfect place for the development of emotional intelligence. It prevents many psychological problems in the future such as anxiety, depression or personality disorders.

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  • Ciara oleary
    Monday January 25th, 2021 at 02:26 PM

    Hello Would you have any availability for a four year old ? Kind regards Ciara

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    Sunday November 21st, 2021 at 10:30 PM

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    Tuesday April 19th, 2022 at 01:57 PM

    Our tiny daughter is very shy around other people. She is also very shy around young children. Thank you for pointing out that […] Read MoreOur tiny daughter is very shy around other people. She is also very shy around young children. Thank you for pointing out that being with peers gives her respect for herself and others, helps her to share and can build friendships. She really needs this, so we will investigate the great possibility of daycare this week to see if there is something we can do to help her social development. Read Less

  • Danielle
    Monday January 15th, 2024 at 12:04 PM

    Could you please send me fees and details my son is 2 years old. Looking for daycare Monday- Friday


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