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Early childhood education According to UNICEF a child is one who is below the age of 15.When one is in the initial eight years after birth he or she is said to be in the early childhood stage and the learning experiences offered at this stage are termed as early childhood education. The teachings provided to the child during this early childhood stage are very vital as they help in the growth of the kid for instance according to Freud when one becomes fixated in the anal stage (1.5 -3) when the child is going through the toilet training he becomes careless and reckless if the parents are lenient and if they become too strict the child becomes so clean and are intolerant of those who are not clean .Besides that they are too stingy .During this stage the child brain development is fast and the child’s nutrition can affect the growth and the child should learn through play . The early childhood education is very vital and one should not wait till the child becomes an adult or to
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