Play is an important factor when it comes to your growing young scholar. How exactly does incorporating play into their learning play (pun intended) an important part of development? Read on below for a few reasons why we build fun into our curriculum.
Learning Through Play
Through play and imagination, children can experience cognitive growth with math problem-solving at a pretend grocery store, hone their physical skills by balancing blocks or running around the playground, expand their vocabulary as they explore toy dinosaurs together, learn how to collaborate in social situations like a make-believe car wash setting, and build up literacy abilities by creating menus for an imaginary restaurant. So don’t limit your little one’s learning potential – unleash it through fun!
Kids have the opportunity to strengthen their bodies and minds through play! And it’s not only fun – playing can help battle obesity, a concerning trend among today’s youth. It’s never been more important for kids to get outside and make memories as they grow up strong!
Kids Stress Less with more Fun
Through play, your children will not only grow emotionally but also experience a sense of joy and comfort from letting go of any worries or stress. Unlock their imagination with fun activities!
There is More to Play Than Meets the Eye
Play is a wonderfully multifaceted experience! Whether through symbolic, sociodramatic, or functional methods of fun, games with tangible rules and boundaries those which are totally fluid – captivate kids of all ages. Researchers around the world have dedicated their life’s work exploring different aspects of play, such as how outdoor time can positively influence children’s health, considering the implications screen usage has on childhood development, and even examining why recess remains so integral in our schools today. Likewise, it provides an opportunity for learning at each stage – celebrate its complexity!
Find the Time for Fun
As parents, you have the unique opportunity to be your child’s biggest cheerleader and supporter as they learn! You can ensure their development is optimal by providing them with plenty of playtimes every day – it boosts everything from cognitive skills to language proficiency and even emotional well-being.