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Is Three Years Old Too Young for Kindy?

Lots of parents naturally feel a bit of hesitation around sending their three year old off to a kindergarten program. After all, three years old is still such a young age. It’s understandable that it can be difficult for parents to come to terms with the separation.

At three years of age your jarjum is just starting to develop their natural curiosity. This means a desire to learn and explore the world around them.

At Deadly Kindy we use a play based approach that encourages the jarjums to explore these natural curiosities while promoting the development of knowledge and important skills.

Play is the foundation of learning for children. It’s how they make sense of the world around them. How they experiment, negotiate and become familiar with the full range of emotions they can feel.

By encouraging play based learning we can ensure that your jarjum getting all of these fantastic benefits, but also that they have fun doing it!

A good quality play based learning program can help children develop a range of skills. This includes understanding their emotions, language and reading skills and developing their creativity and imagination.

So it’s seems like it’s not all fun and games at Deadly Kindy, although it may look like it from the outside!

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