Children experience a whole set of new situations when they reach school age pertaining to the development of socialization.
They go from a relatively relaxed environment to one that is more structured and led by an unrelated person. Children must
adapt to two new relationship models at school, the teacher-student and peer relationships. This new experience is often the
first time that children are asked to develop bonds with other people and learn how to work in unison with others. Though
teachers can develop their own methods of handling their students, the general theme of schooling appears to be taking up
the belief that students should receive less individual attention and more individuality. It is also during this time that
children begin to develop more attitudes towards things, such as school work and their fellow students. Therefore if a child
isn't encouraged at this stage to seek knowledge and want to experience things, they will sometimes develop the opposite reaction
to school. Knowing how much a child's early school years affect their development, teachers must then attempt to develop the
best program that they can within their classrooms to promote learning and socialization as a means of further that child's
capacity for success in the future.