Early start promotes literacy in children
Children ages 6 to 9 are a delight. Picture the one or more you know. They enjoy good motor skills and are able to reason sometimes better than the adults in their lives. Their erratic eating habits and not wanting to shower may aggravate you. Their ongoing physical activity includes building their self-image through competition. Remember those days when you could do absolutely anything. I went from being a ballerina to being an ambassador to being a journalist. What about you? What could you do when you were these ages?
During these years, school and learning are generally enjoyed and most meet academic challenges. Crayons and markers are exchanged for pencils and pens. They challenge you to table and board games. Left to their own resources they recover quickly from failure and learn to use good manners and develop secret codes and languages. Though they aren’t perfect, this is a fun age because their individuality develops and potential pops out all over.
Emotionally these 6- to 9-year-olds are becoming much more independent and exhibit stress in various ways, which means they become less cooperative, but want responsibility and attention. They imitate older children and adults and tend to love or despise their teacher(s).
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