Engaging children in learning through play and the arts is an integral part of how children learn. Research shows that playful learning provides an opportunity to build essentials skills for success in school and in life.
Playful learning is the crux of what early childhood is. It is through play that children exhibit their learning. They are practicing what they are curious about, what they are concerned about, and what they don’t know. By watching your children at play you will get to know more about what they understand or what skills they need more practice at. Play is a way that young children enjoy life and enjoy learning. Join in and add more play and learning at home!
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