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10 Cosas que cada Padre debe saber acerca de jugar

10 Cosas que cada Padre debe saber acerca de jugar

1. Playing is learning.
Children are born learning. Every action and interaction is a lesson.
 
2. Playing benefits your child's development.
Socially - helps children develop relationships, teaches communication and confidence in the experience
Emotionally - allows children to express their feelings and relieves stress
Intellectually - promotes curiosity and challenges you to develop skills and solve problems
 
3. The game comes in many types
Playing alone
Babies spend a lot of time playing alone. Simple toys such as balls or a mobile phone offer endless entertainment.
Toddlers and preschoolers use their time alone to create what only they can imagine.
School-age children can use their time alone to develop ideas and make their own stories.
The parallel game
Around the age of 2 to 3, children who start walking enjoy being around other children. They can play side by side and do not really interact with each other. Children at this age are generally not willing to share.
Group play
Children are ready to share ideas and toys about the preschool age. Playing as a group helps children develop self-control, empathy and problem solving skills.
 
4. Children should be allowed to lead their own game.
By choosing their own method of play, children experience a sense of freedom. They develop decision-making skills and self-confidence.
 
5. Parents should establish a special time each day to play with their children.
Playing with your child is an experience of creating the relationship. Show that he is important and his ideas are important to you.
 
6. Just have fun.
When playing with your child, give him or her full attention.
 
7. Play promotes creativity.
Use simple toys as blocks to awaken your child's imagination. A block can be a truck, but a truck is still a truck.
 
8. Playing is healthy.
Playing relieves stress and physical activity helps prevent obesity.
 
9. Play outside.
We all need fresh air and exercise. Outdoor play requires children to use their large muscles. This helps them develop muscle coordination, balance and strength.
 
10. Play teaches through experience.
Measuring and emptying sand helps children learn about weights and measures. They absorb what they learn through the game.