Parent’s Important Role in Early Childhood Learning

Parental involvement plays a crucial role in a child’s early childhood learning and development. Research consistently shows that when parents are actively involved in their child’s education, the child is more likely to succeed academically, socially, and emotionally.Early Childhood Learning Flourishes with Parent Involvement

Getting Involved in Your Child’s Early Childhood Learning

Parental involvement in early childhood learning has a very positive impact on a child’s academic, social, and emotional development. But what does involvement look like? It means spending time with your child in educational activities. This can include reading to your child, coloring together, playing games, going to the zoo, and so much more.

Building a Partnership Between Home and Daycare

When parents are actively engaged in their child’s education, they can provide support and encouragement. Establishing regular communication with teachers and daycare staff allows you to stay informed about your child’s progress. Then you can identify areas where your child may need additional help or practice. Together you can help your child develop confidence, resilience, ana d social and academic skills.

At The Academy we encourage family involvement by offering unique opportunities for families to build a foundation for healthy relationships and emotional well-being. We take pride in recognizing and supporting the wonderful role of family in a child’s development. Learn more about our Seasonal Programs with activities for the whole family.

Being a Role Models

Parents can serve as positive role models for their children by demonstrating the value of education and lifelong learning. By showing an interest in learning yourself and doing educational activities with your child, you can instill a love of learning that will benefit your child for a lifetime.

The Academy Is One of the Best Early Childhood Learning Center in Middle Tennessee

We have locations in Nashville, Franklin, Brentwood, Hendersonville, Mt. Juliet, Murfreesboro, Nolensville, and Spring Hill. The Academy has the highest rating (3 stars) from The Tennessee Star-Quality Child Care Program.