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A nursery school is a school for the education of very young children (generally five years of age and younger). These schools range from schools which seek to teach young children to schools which only provide childcare with little educational benefits. Schools which focus on education generally teach early social skills including interpersonal interaction, being a part of a group of peers, and class room skills such as following the instructions of a teacher. Some formal education also takes place, such as early reading or language skills. Some nursery schools have adopted specialized methods of teaching, such as Montessori schools.
- Preschool Resources For Early Childhood Education Teachers
- Early Childhood and Parenting Collaborative
- Home Page for Montessori Schools
Early Baby school
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