Impact of school feeding programmes on public pre-school enrolment in Parklands Zone Westlands District, Nairobi

Play materials and pre-school children's performance in science activity in Gaturi division, Murang'a county

The study sought to find out how play materials effect pre-school children's performance in science activities in Gaturi Division, Murang'a County. The study employed the quasi experimental design. Data was collected by use of questionnaire; interview schedules and an observation schedule. Data was analyzed using descriptive statistics and inferential statistics and thereafter presented by use of statistical means.

Influence of religious education on moral development of pre-school children in Limuru zone, Kiambu county

This study sought to explore the influence of religious education on moral development of pre-school children in Limuru Zone, Kiambu County.

A study of the impact of phonemic awareness and phonics intervention on children's reading achievement: a case study of Shadrack Kimalel Primary School- Nairobi Province, Kenya

This study investigated the performance of pupils with pre-school education in reading activities, before and after the phonemic awareness and phonics intervention, and the performance of pupils without pre-school education in reading activities before and after the phonemic awareness and phonics intervention seventy five standard one pupils participated in this study. It employed -a case study research design, and within ita quasi-expenimental research approach was adopted. The findings indicated that pupils with pre-school education performed well in both pre- and post tests.

The influence of play activities on pre-school children’s performance of English language in Harambee zone of Makadara district in Nairobi county

The main purpose of the study was to examine the influence of play activities on pre-school children‟s English language performance in Harambee Zone of Makadara District in Nairobi County. The study focused on the influence of role plays (drama), constructive play, outdoor play activities and the influence of games with rules and pre-school children‟s performance in English language. The study utilized a quasi-experimental design.

Parental Characteristics Influencing the Enrolment of Pre-school Children in Mwing Zone, Mwingi-subcounty, Kitui County, Kenya

The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of parental characteristics on enrolment of pre-school children in Mwingi Zone. The objectives of the study were; to determine the influence of parents‘ income level on enrolment of pre-school children, to determine the influence of parents‘ academic level on enrolment of pre-school children, to determine the influence of family size on enrolment of pre-school children, to determine the influence of parents‘ marital status on enrolment of pre-school children in Mwingi Zone.

Effect Of Reflective Teaching On The Performance Of Pre-School Children In Creative Activities In Kikuyu Sub-County, Kenya

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of reflective teaching on the performance of pre-school children in creative activities in Kikuyu sub-county, Kiambu County. The study method used was experimental design. The focus was on five (5) pre-schools with 146 children and 11 pre-school teachers. Data was collected using questionnaires for the pre-school teachers. The children were tested in creative activities before the study and again after two weeks of teaching.

Influence of educational policies on access to pre-school education in Kikuyu District Kenya

The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of educational policies on access to pre-school education with regard to parents, pre-school teachers and pre-school children in Kikuyu district. The participants in this study included eight pre-schooL, seven head teachers, fourteen pre-school teachers and fourteen parents. The data was collected through the use of questionnaires and focus group discussion. The data was analyzed through tables, pie charts and graphs. The study findings reviewed that not all children attend pre-school before joining primary school.

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