We love to see kids climb and run BUT we also love to see them pretend to cook dinner or take a baby doll for a stroll or build a block tower fort.
Pretend play is an essential part of a young child's development and offers numerous benefits that can help with their growth and learning.
Develops imagination and creativity - Pretend play allows children to use their imagination and create their own stories and characters. It helps to foster their creativity and encourages them to think outside the box.
Enhances social skills - Pretend play is a great opportunity for children to practice social skills such as communication, cooperation, and problem-solving. When they play with others, they learn how to negotiate and express themselves in a way that promotes positive relationships.
Promotes language development - Pretend play is a great way for children to practice their language skills. As they engage in play, they are exposed to new vocabulary, sentence structures, and ideas that can help to expand their language abilities.
Improves emotional intelligence - Pretend play provides children with an opportunity to explore their emotions and understand their feelings in a safe and controlled environment. This can help to build emotional intelligence and resilience.
We can't wait to see what your child will pretend to be or do at your next visit.
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