Every child can explore and create. Giving wings to their imagination, strength to their creativity, and inspiration to their vision a child will conquer the world of success and selflessness. However, starting from the basics is a must! For a brighter future. The foundation of all the learning experience and basics begins with Preschool. For this, you need the best preschool for your child. A preschool is a place that will equip your child with the most fun and exciting learning experience that will help them in their future growth. Every child deserves the learning experience from the root that is Preschool. Preschool brings an exceptional experience of learning for children. A set of treasured memories that they will cherish forever. Here are a few important things that your child will learn at pre-primary-school .

School Readiness:

Preschool allows children to be in a structured setting with teachers and other children where they can learn to share, follow instructions, take turns, and share the teacher’s attention with peers. Every child should have this type of group experience prior to starting kindergarten. Preschool helps children in learning how to become students.

Language & Cognitive Skills:

Children develop most of their language skills in school that is why it is important to nurture their skills in a “language-rich” environment. Along with indoor and outdoor activities, it is important to focus on their language skills. Preschool helps children in pronunciations in a classroom, teachers help students build their language skills by introducing new vocabulary during sessions like arts, sports, snack time, and other activities. Teachers engage students with thought-provoking questions to give them opportunities to think and answer, and they also help students to learn language through singing, reading books, riddles, and creative play.

Self Confidence:

As preschool is your child’s first step in the competitive world without you! They need to learn how to handle the situation on their own. For this, they need to learn self-confidence. Preschool builds a friendly environment for children where they can develop confidence in the social world. Building confidence means taking small steps that leave a lasting sense of accomplishment.

Communication & Cooperation:

Remembering the first day of school where you didn’t know what to do but later you found your best friend and that made the school year amazing. Preschool allows your tiny tot to build a foundation of friendship. Developing communication skills is a must! And preschool helps your child engage in a friendly relation with the students of their age. Children learn to make their own choice and develop a sense of tenderness. Throughout their school, much of children’s learning will take place in the presence of their peers.

Social & Emotional Development:

A strong social and emotional foundation in early childhood powerfully impacts children’s later positive attitudes and behaviors, academic performance, career path, and adult health outcomes! By providing a kind environment, it helps to encourage optimal brain development as well as social connection and collaboration. In other words (SEL) affects learning by shaping children’s developing neural circuitry, particularly the executive functions. A preschool is a place where children explore their abilities, gain a sense of self, build friendships and develop self-confidence.

Thinking or Cognitive Skills Development:

Cognitive skills are the core skills your brain uses to think, read, learn, remember, reason, and pay attention. Working together, they take incoming information and move it into the bank of knowledge you use every day at school, at work, and in life. As young children explore, ask questions, imagine and create, they improve their thinking skills. Using this information and thinking and reflecting on it, children will learn to understand the real world around them.

Identifying Shapes, Colours, Alphabets:

Preschool allows your child to identify various shapes, colors, and alphabets. This will not only help in brain development but will also build the senses of holding and feeling things. This also helps your child in developing skills and focus on their strengths and weaknesses. A variety of shapes, colors, alphabets will improve your child’s visual perception and help them in understanding patterns.

Conflict Resolution:

Politeness is key towards a healthy friendship. Preschool inspires your child to build friendly relationships with their peers. While in a conflict with his/her pal your child will feel a variety of emotions such as anger, sorrow, sadness, and much more. To make up and say sorry will help your child in building a healthy friendship and develop relationships. Using polite words to resolve the fight or seeking help from your teachers or parents, children learn to opt for options to resolve conflicts.

Independence & Self Help:

Preschool brings your child out of his comfort zone. Preschool helps children in performing various activities independently like eating on their own, tying shoelaces, writing, using the washroom, dressing, and brushing teeth. Performing these activities independently will motivate your children to accept responsibility and complete the task assigned.

Memory Growth:

Preschool provides a variety of memory games, riddles, and puzzles for your child to work on the development of their memory. Your child’s working memory does more than just remember information; it gives the child the ability to put the information to use, like following directions or rules and completing multi-step tasks. Fostering working memory will inspire children to take on more complex tasks and allows them to feel the challenges and rewards of responsibility, which is considered an important part of growing up.


Choosing the best preschool for your child is something every parent desires. Preschool education for your child is a must for his/her exceptional and successful future. We at TAS make sure to equip your child with the right values and motivate them to be the better version of themselves. If you want to know more about TAS contact us at www.tas.edu.in