Students Who Receive and Do Not Receive Pre-School Education a Research on Achievement in Primary Education

The transition between the educational steps is a sensitive period for children, parents, educators and educational institutions. Mostly, it is an unsettling period for parents and educators in childhood, when starting primary education, and in the processes where they will encounter academic studies, and it requires preliminary studies. This situation is not only centered on the academic world and literacy skills of children, but also as a set of processes that provide multi-faceted development such as many interdisciplinary social, emotional, cognitive, etc. The most important goal during this process is to prepare students for this transition properly and without harm, to support and guide them to overcome this process. In this article, research was conducted on the success of students who received and did not receive preschool education in primary education. It has been understood from the opinions of teachers that preschool students adapt to the social environment more quickly and are more open to sharing with their friends. It has been understood that the students' accustoming to the school environment makes it easier for them to adapt to school and classroom rules, that their psychomotor skills, especially small muscle development, are more developed than students who do not receive preschool education, that their readiness to read and write is high, and that many concepts learned by students form a basis at the cognitive level.


school, education, preschool education, preparation for primary education