Reading recommendations for each preschool

Children are immersed in a highly social world from the moment they are born. This social world includes not only people such as parents, siblings, teachers and classmates but also objects and values that are part of their culture. All of these things provide a content for a child’s congnitive growth and development.

During the age of 3 to 5, preschooler’s thinking skills are undergoing tremendous change. Their ability to use representation thought and symbols to stand for object, people and events, which began in toddlerhood, is becoming even more complex. Jump Thru Joy Preschool which is best preschool in Pashan and Wakad, students also began to use logic to think about how and why things work in the world around them. Despite of huge congnitive gains in the preschool years, however, they are not little adult and still display many congnitive limitations. As a part of the social environment, Jump Thru Joy teachers also support preschoolers in their congnitive growth.

On the way for teacher’s to engage preschooler thinking skills is through reading quality children’s books that promote aspects of congnitive such as reasoning and problem, solving, memory and social congnitive. Outline below are books recommendations that can be used to encourage congnitive development in each of these areas.

1. Alphabet books
2. Awesome read aloud books
3. Counting books
4. Books about emotions, separation, anxiety and social learning.
5. Rhyming books
6. Shapes books
7. Thematic books
8. Picture books
9. Story books having pictures
10 know your self books
11. Sensory books with pictures.

These are the mandatory reading books which Jump Thru Joy preschoolers used to explore in their library class of Jump Thru Joy preschool make it one of the best preschool in Pashan and Wakad.