Enhancement of Τrust
Trusting with self is one of the most important development goals of infancy. This means that children learn to stop improper behavior, concentrate their attention and organize themselves to achieve an external goal.
More than anything else, relationships with peers offer children the ability to develop skills to handle their feelings. From these relationships they learn to communicate clearly, to exchange information and to clarify their messages when they are not understood. They still learn to await their turn in discussions and games.
They are now in a position to share, seek and find common points in the game, express their disagreements and resolve them. They finally learn to understand the feelings, wishes and desires of the other.
This part of the kindergarten’s work is the biggest difference from primary education, which is little or no of the emotional development of children in the classroom, with the exception of some schools that have grasped the importance of this education.