One fear that keeps children from enjoying school is that they do not know how to make friends at school (Lye Ching 44).
It is always happen when a child do not has good social skills or when a child is about to start to attend a new school environment.
When young children are provided an environment which is rich in learning and literacy interactions and with many opportunities to listen to and use language for many times, they can begin to acquire the needed skills in their childhood years (Leo 34).
A child who go to school without these skills will become a high risk of starting at the back and staying behind.
The Bush Administration believe that it is important to support parents and families in their most important task in life by raising their children through several means, including providing them information about early childhood development (Bornstein and Genevro 4).
A child’s social skill is often a problems to many parents.
A research shows that between 15 and 20 per cent of babies are born with an apprehensive temperament, and with reference to three quarters of these babies will grow up and become a shy child.
That is 11 to 15 per cent of all children (Tacio 61).
Therefore, it is important that parents take every step necessary to ensure that children grow up in environments where their social, emotional and educational needs are met.
The development of a child most often occur in unpredictable stages.