“Family” In Early Childhood Education

“Family” In Early Childhood Education
“Family” In Early Childhood Education
“Family” In Early Childhood Education
“Family” In Early Childhood Education
“Family” In Early Childhood Education
“Family” In Early Childhood Education
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Family is a group of people who are closely related through blood, marriage or adoption.

A society consists of families. Before children learn about their community, they will learn about family. Family provides rich learning opportunities. Family theme in a curriculum is very important because it contributes to the development of children’s self –esteem. Family helps children to acquire information about their families and develops understanding of families of other children. It socializes children and contributes to their holistic development. The role of teachers is to help children to make comparisons, note similarities and differences, and organize information.

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