Through play, children expand their vocabulary by interacting with their friends.
During play children acquire a higher level of language comprehension
Children exercise their imagination and spontaneity through role-playing and story telling
Play develops empathy and allows children to respond to their friend’s feelings and manage their own feelings
Play is a great way for children to learn to take turns and to share
During play children experiment with roles of the people in their home, school and community.
Play allows children learn how to deal with conflict situations
Children who indulge in play have better problem-solving abilities
Research has proven that children who indulge in play have reduced aggression
Play allows children to become more innovative
Play promotes the art of conversation
Because children are immersed in the enjoyment of play, they are enhancing their attention span.
Play is a wonderful way to indulge in meaningful and happy learning.