Studies find that students who attend Pre-Kindergarten:
Are less likely to develop drug and alcohol problems.
2. Are more likely to graduate from college.
3. Earn an average of 50% more than those who didn't attend Pre-K.
4. Are more likely to own their own homes and have longer marriages.
Considering that many Pre-Kindergartners come to school accustomed to the fast-paced world of television and digital devices, use of appropriate apps and educational games available for digital devices will help with the transition to school and provide learning activities in a format understood by these students. Combining the use of software and traditional Pre-K learning activities is a good idea for today’s Pre-Kindergarten classes.