A stone turns into a car and a cushion turns into a book. Now, that’s what a child’s imagination does. Unlock the power of pretend play to help your child learn and discover concepts in a fun way.
By Deepika Mohan
When your child enters the preschool phase, he is entering a world of ‘make-believe’. These are truly the golden years of pretend and role play. He observes those around him, makes a mental note of their actions and emotions, and enacts them. This later extends to a stage where he performs multiple acts in meaningful sequences. This is where his creativity and observation skills come to the fore. Welcome to the world of pretend play.
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