Can I use either "in" or "to" in the sentence below? For some reason both sounds awkward to me..

According to the majority of opinions, playing traditional games, visiting cultural sites, and using fairy tales as appropriate ways to teach history education in/to early childhood.

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"Early Childhood" refers to a specific time period. So you would say "..teach history education in early childhood.", as you would be in that time period.

An example of using to would be "teach history education to a young child". As this is talking about a person, "Young Child" rather than a time period, "Early Childhood".

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