During the first few years of life, young children’s rate of development is at its highest level. These early years matter because neural connections are formed through a baby’s environment and experiences, especially interactions with adults. These are the connections that build brain architecture – the foundation upon which all later learning, behavior, and health depend.
(Reference: Harvard University’s Center on the Developing Child).
The early learning and care environment you choose can have a major impact on your child’s future. Quality early learning experiences build the foundation for skills your child needs in school, work, and life.