2 Subjects Guaranteed to Set Your Preschool Girls up for Long- Term Academic Success
Girls are geniuses.
Unfortunately, six-year-old girls believe intelligence is more for boys than girls. Because of the stereotype that boys are "smarter," girls stop going after subjects that require more work and thought.
How do you help your girls avoid this stereotype so that they can have successful and long-term academic careers?
You introduce them to math and science as early as preschool age. Doing this will empower your girls to believe in their intellectual ability and prepare them for their future school years.
Check out these positive outcomes of learning math and science at the ages of two through four.
- An increase in vocabulary and language skills
- The ability to problem solve at an early age
- Their belief in themselves to succeed increases
If you want your girl to succeed in the long run of academics, then learning math and science during preschool years is critical. Subjects like these two are known for being difficult and challenging during high school years, but this can change. If girls learn math and science early, they will likely better understand them in high school. That means girls are less likely to say they can't do what others have told them they aren't smart enough to do.
Science and math are more than subjects. They are preparers for the future.
They help build the mind early, so as they get more challenging in later years, your girls can easily overcome them. They build creativity by expanding your girls' imaginations and helping them solve complicated problems when they come. They develop belief when girls doubt their ability to do what boys do.
Teaching these subjects at an early age gives them the ability to succeed at whatever they do in the future. And your girls have a bright future. It's a future where they achieve in all things academic and where they, too, know that they are geniuses.