Children are little humans who experience the whole gambit of emotions. You’ve heard the squeals of delight, seen the tears of sadness and the throws of frustration. When your son bites his hand or when your 13-year-old has a screaming fit that started because you looked at her, what is really going on? Is it that she’s mad or can she just not communicate the feeling with you? Children often don’t have the words to tell you what they are feeling, so parents are left interpret
If I asked you to define ‘play’ what would you say? Is it only for kids? How do you think it benefits a small human to play?
What about a big human? It’s no secret that kids like to play, in fact, they need to play, so do adults.
Shouldn’t there be a way to include play in our lives so that we are just more relaxed human beings?
Play is important to build and promote fine and gross motor skills, communication and social emotional skills in children. It’s during playtime