Parenting - Behaviour | 0-18 yrs

Why Play Is Important For Children

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These days some parents start preparing their children for college from kindergarten. With meticulously planned evenings and custom-tailored play-dates, children barely get any time to be themselves or a chance for unstructured play. However, it’s important to let children be.

Having time to play, especially, unstructured play can be especially important for your child’s growth. Just think back to your childhood and remember all that time that you had to yourself and how it helped you to explore and become yourself. Your child needs the same freedom to plot his own journey through the play he’s interested in.

Not convinced? Read this Clip to know more about how play can help your child, the benefits of play, and games you can play with your child. 


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