Weekends are the perfect time for some unstructured play!
But why is it so important?
Unstructured play encourages creativity and imagination.
Children learn through play. This is how they work out problems, practice important social skills, and process emotions.
Unstructured play increases confidence. When children are able to think and create, using their own cognition and creativity it increases their confidence in themselves.
Attachment and bonding with your child are increased when you join in unstructured play with them.
Coach Benjamin Mizrahi. Educator. Learning Specialist. Family Coach. Father. Husband.
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