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Pre-school education aims at enhancing the potential of pre-school students in terms of

development, mastering basic skills, and instilling positive attitudes in primary school entry.
Pre-school education is important for children ages 4 and 6 because it provides an early
experience for them to have effective, meaningful and enjoyable learning and prepare them
before entering school.

In the context of children, education should be seen as an ongoing process. The learning
process develops in tandem with the individual development of the child who learns
everything in the environment. Through knowledge or acquired skills, children are then
applied in a diverse context both in their daily lives or in their daily lives at that moment or in
preparation for their future lives

teaching and learning in early childhood education is more effective if performed through
play activities because play is part of the world of children. Indeed, the main character
behind this role is a teacher. Teachers are information communicators to every student in
every situation. This shows that the role of teachers is very important in improving the
effectiveness of children's learning. Learning sessions that take place at school continue to
go home. This situation requires parental support to continue learning at home. Parental
support at home includes three aspects of home-based learning, supervision and
supervision of children and home-based communication.

play is the best teaching and learning experience and is a priority in early childhood
education. Through childrens play can develop their social connections and strive to interact
with other children. Indirectly, this situation contributes to the development of childhood
socio-emotions in their early stages.

Quality education requires quality teachers. Teachers in the 21st century need to have the
power of the mind, the dynamism of creativity, the strength of idealism and the strength of
self. Positive professionalism and self-discipline become the main axis of the culture of a
teacher's career excellence. Although many variables contribute to the effective teaching
and learning process such as the physical and school physical condition, the resources of
teaching and learning resources, but most importantly the quality of interactions that exist
between teachers and students.

Teachers today have a very challenging task. This many burden of duty is also faced by
every preschool teacher. teachers in this information technology age have a huge
responsibility in the teaching process and the form of knowledge that their students receive.
Good teachers will show their sense of responsibility to what their students learn. On the
contrary, irresponsible teachers will ignore the mandate given in educating the children of
the nation into a balanced, physical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual person.

The role of teachers is very important in helping the development of children's socialization.
Children should be given the opportunity to express their feelings and develop their creativity
in accordance with their creativity. The active involvement of children will also be able to
promote the cognitive, affective and psychomotor development of children, while fostering
aesthetic value. The development of childhood socioemotions also encourages children to
understand their learning outcomes more easily. children will reach a level of achievement
increasingly. They will be good at painting and painting according to their creativity. Children
can also craft, write, cut, produce crafts, make creative movements, sing and weave. This
situation occurs with a mind that is intelligent and self-assured and not easily succumbed
from the development of children's emotions since their early ages.

in order to make a game play in school centers, teachers play an important role in creating
the environment and also stimulating and developing children's thinking. teachers need to
use appropriate approaches or strategies in the development of the self, ability, ability, talent
and interest of children.

as a first step to ensuring play activity can be used more effectively, teachers need to
prepare themselves for the reality of teaching. Among them is preparing for a wide range of
skills because teachers will face various challenges that will undermine their emotions and
ways of working.

The role of teachers can be divided into three main divisions - planning, implementation and
evaluation. When planning a teacher perform tasks such as diagnosing, setting teaching and
learning objectives, choosing teaching methods, organizing activities and selecting learning
materials. This plan will be implemented by teachers in the classroom with their role as
instructors, facilitators, mentors, administrators, planners, managers and innovators in
teaching activities. Teachers as implementers can see their role in implementing planned
activities based on planned activities and programs. For example, after performing play
activities in preschools, teachers need to evaluate the effectiveness of planned activities.
Assessments are made through the results obtained from observations and interviews. It is
the duty of a teacher to do so to ensure the development of children's lives to achieve the
desired objectives. Childhood development should not be placed on the shoulders of a
teacher alone. Parents' support and encouragement at home also help the development of
children's lives.

Parents' support and involvement at home is said to occur when parents help children
complete schoolwork, giving support and encouragement to children to learn, providing
appropriate and comfortable time and place of study for children, showing good behavior to
children and always allocate time for them. Furthermore, parent involvement is also said to
occur when parents often communicate with the school or care centers via phone calls,
emails or through correspondence to find out about their children's development.

Parents who always accompany their children will make the children feel loved and safe.
This helps them grow in perfect condition and their development is also not affected.
Previous studies also show that parents involvement is very important in the achievement of
a child's academic achievement.

the overall formulation of past studies found that involving parents in school, at home and in
the community significantly influenced academic achievement of children in school, helping
children develop healthy and more active mental health compared to parents who did not
involve themselves in school.

their parents' motivation, attitude, support and commitment influence children to achieve
good in school. This indirectly affects the development of children's socioemotions in terms
of self-confidence and courage as parents will give encouragement and support for every
activity they do. The ability to interact with children will also increase with their involvement in
activities such as leisure, pre-school sports carnival and school-level celebrations.

The achievement of pre-school students today is not only measured in their academic
abilities. Their achievement is also measured in terms of their interaction ability as well as
their involvement in out-of-classroom activities. As contained in the National Pre-School
Standard Curriculum that is in line with National Education Philosophy enables children to
acquire basic communication, social skills, and other positive skills such as physical,
intellectual, emotional, spiritual and aesthetic values as early preparation before stepping
into the mainstream in elementary school.

the development of children's emotional socioeconomic in particular is the ability of children

to interact and emotionally respond to a situation or situation that can be seen through the
behavior of children. This situation can be categorized as positive behavior and negative
behavior. Positive behaviors refer to sharing material with friends, being independent,
according to rules and being patient. Negative behaviors refer to quarrels, isolation and

Healthy emotional and social developments are important in the life of a child as a
foundation for learning. Child development affects the success of their learning. In early
childhood, their development can be seen in association with peers and the way they
behave. This situation is more focused on playing activities because children can not be
separated from playing activities.

In the social life of children, play is a trigger for the development of children's social and
emotional developments and skills. For example kids need to socialize, to make sure their
development progresses well. Play activities are said to give children a meaningful
experience to enhance social skills, have the value sensitivity and the needs of others,
control emotions, learn self-control and even share the power.