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Parents’ satisfaction, numeracy and literacy skills of day care students ages four to six

Volume: 149  ,  Issue: 1 , May    Published Date: 25 May 2024
Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 273  ,  Download: 87 , Pages: 667 - 690    
DOI: 10.47119/IJRP1001491520246530


# Author Name
1 Jodielyn S. Fernandez
2 Jackie R. Orphiano
3 Philip Eisen S. Parungao
4 Ana Krishia T. Perez
5 Rexie Ann S. Plantilla
6 Jenny M. Samon
7 Arlene L. Sandoval
8 Rose Nannette J. San Juan


One of the most crucial aspects of childs development is early childhood education which helps them acquire knowledge and skills that they can use throughout their lives. This study explores the nature of daycare workers in developing the numeracy and literacy skills of children ages four to six. The researcher used quantitative correlational research design to determine the parents satisfaction in numeracy and literacy skills of day care students ages four to six. This design used by the researchers in order to do the study properly and effectively. The research utilized questionnaire to assess and determine parents satisfaction towards the improvement of their childs numeracy and literacy skills. The questionnaire and worksheets were sent to the sampled population, and the questionnaire was intended for parents satisfaction and the worksheet is for the students to measure their improvement towards numeracy and literacy skills. The findings indicate that the parent evaluation shows that the level of parent satisfaction towards day care workers in numeracy and literacy skills for day care students ages four to six are very highly satisfied. Also, the level of the students development in terms of numeracy and literacy had reached very high. However, research is limited to some extent considering the time allocated for the study, as well as the financial constraint experienced by the researchers.


  • Parents' satisfaction
  • numeracy skills
  • literacy skills
  • day care students