The Roles of Play in Early Childhood Development

Children need to play because it’s important for their physical, emotional, social, and cognitive growth, among other things. Play allows children to develop their motor skills, coordination, and strength. Whether it’s running, jumping, climbing, or playing sports, physical activities promote the development of muscles, bones, and overall physical health. Through play, children can express their emotions, understand their feelings, and learn to regulate them. Pretend play, for example, allows them to explore different emotions and roles, helping them develop empathy and emotional intelligence.

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