THE IMPORTANCE OF PLAY : A self-help resource
A4 - full colour - 16 pages
While research on brain development is in its infancy, it is believed that play shapes the structural design of the brain.
We know that play provides active exploration that assists in building and strengthening brain pathways.
Play creates a brain that
has increased ‘flexibility and improved potential for learning later in life’
Young children’s play allows them to explore, identify, negotiate, take risks and create meaning.
Children who engage in quality play experiences are more likely to have well-developed memory skills, language development, and are able to regulate their behavior.
More self-help skills and resources can be found in THE IMPORTANCE OF PLAY
Also available as an E-book for download. The Importance of Play E-Book