Play is an integral part of a child’s development. It helps in their overall development by promoting physical, mental, social and emotional growth. Furthermore, repetitive play can help children master a few different skills. Play can be more constructive when parents get involved and make it interactive.
Play influences the physical, mental, social and emotional growth of children differently as they grow older. Keep reading to find out how you can encourage these various growths through different forms of play!
While playing with your child takes extra effort and time on your part, remember the significant developmental benefits it gives your child. Playtime is also a great activity for parent-child bonding! Therefore, try your best to encourage in this “child’s play” as much as you can, as your child grows up.
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