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OUR CURRICULUM

The Research

Understanding Your Child's Development

Children grow and change rapidly, especially in the first five years of their lives, with the most significant learning occurring in the initial three years. As they establish their foundational knowledge, children continue to develop quickly, although the pace tends to slow down after the age of five. Their learning progresses as they form new connections between familiar concepts and new information.

Piaget's Insights

According to Piaget, every child follows a similar path of development, but since each person is unique, your child will grow at their own pace and with individual variations in progress. Therefore, the ages mentioned in his studies serve as general guidelines for when children typically reach certain milestones.

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