More than just a chance to have fun, play is serious business when it comes to a child’s health and development.
Playing is crucial in enhancing social development in children. Unstructured active play with others, including parents, siblings, and peers is a significant opportunity to cultivate social skills. While playing, the act of pretending as well as negotiating with peers enhances children’s social skills.
Playing also provides opportunities for children to learn social interaction. While playing together, children learn to cooperate, follow the rules, develop self-control, and generally get along with other people. That’w why it’s important at Free and Safe kids class, not only studying but also playing together so they can maximize their creativity in the class.