The 4 Foundational Cornerstones needed to develop a Child’s Learning Readiness

By: Integrated Learning Strategies

#1 – Neurological Readiness Neurological readiness in children involves strong body control, emotional self-regulation, and the potential for improved attention and focus.

#2 – Behavior and Attention With age, children's attention, focus, and emotional regulation should improve during play, games, and conversations. They become adept at self-soothing in stress.

#3 – Motor Skills and Core Strength Another key learning readiness sign is a child's robust motor skills and core strength, crucial for classroom success. Adequate posture enables proper sitting, while head and neck control aids in copying from the chalkboard.

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