Play isn’t all fun and games — it’s also an important teaching tool! Through play, kids learn how to interact with others and develop critical lifelong skills. These 6 benefits all play an important role in raising well-rounded children.
Active play helps kids with gross-motor skills, coordination, and balancing energy levels to promote healthy sleep cycles.
While playing kids learn to cope with feelings like frustration, anger, and fear. They can also practice empathy and compassion.
Playing with others promotes practice working with others, group dynamics, sharing, and skills such as collaboration.
Children learn to think, read, remember, and pay attention through play.