Strengthening bonds and developing healthy brains…
Here’s three reasons why you should come along
1. Play lays the foundation for literacy.
Through play children learn to make and practice new sounds. They try out new vocabulary, on their own or with friends, and exercise their imagination through storytelling.
Play nurtures development and fulfils a child’s desire to learn. Play takes many forms, from shaking a rattle to peek-a-boo to hide-and-seek. Play can be done by a child alone, with another child, in a group or with an adult.
3. Play gives children space.
To practice physical movement, balance and to test their own limits.