Teaching children in preschool is seen as one of the most challenging tasks in the fields of education and parenting. This is due to the fact that this is the time when the critical stage of learning occurs that encompasses the cognitive, motor, affective, and psychomotor domains. Parents would definitely be concerned about the time when a child begins to understand more complex concepts such as patterns, counting, reading, and all sorts of operations.

Preschool education in most countries is considered as the stepping stone that provides an introduction and preparation for a young child before he or she enters formal schooling. Many schools all over the world have teachers that are trained to help educate children who are coming to school for the very first time. However, there is no school that would train first time parents who are sending their child to school.

These days, children are exposed to various learning techniques even before they reach the age of three or four, which are considered the basic age of preschoolers. This is through the exposure of kids in day care facilities and small play groups. Whether an actual part of the preparation for school, informal play groups at home, or other social gatherings like celebrations and church activities, these would contribute to the learning of a child.

Even before a child enters school, the initial concern of parents and educators would be the reading and language competencies of a child. These areas are important because they are fundamental tools that help a child accomplish what is expected. This is also the same medium by which a child expresses his or her thoughts and needs.

In the same way, mathematical concepts are readily introduced to children by means of the things and events that they encounter at home. All these are achieved by giving children the right to choose what color they would want to wear or in describing their belongings based on size, shape, and color. Parents are not aware that through these simple tasks that children are given to at home, their preparedness for school is also being developed.

Many studies have proven how the exposure of a child to learning environments dictates their performance in school. Because of this, parents try to take advantage of the availability of learning facilities for their children. In addition to getting the preparation needed to adjust well with the expectations of school, children are also exposed to events that challenge their social skills developing their self-confidence and positive attitude towards others.