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5 IMPORTANCES OF PLAY FOR YOUR CHILDREN (PT4 & 5)

5 IMPORTANCES OF PLAY FOR YOUR CHILDREN (PT4 & 5)

(Continue) 4. Play boosts gross motor skills. Gross motor skill is the capability to make bigger movements involving the whole body. Examples of this are catching (ball), running, climbing, jumping, which is essential to physical development in children. “Developing these skills helps a child’s ability to do more complex skills in future activities, such as playing soccer with a team.” Instigating gross motor skill play activities on children support a healthier, fitter, strong...

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5 IMPORTANCES OF PLAY FOR YOUR CHILDREN (PT3)

5 IMPORTANCES OF PLAY FOR YOUR CHILDREN (PT3)

(Continue) 3. Play helps in the development of fine motor coordination. Fine motor skill is responsible for managing small muscles of the body in the fingers, hands and forearms. This is crucial for grip and maneuvering objects. This skill is especially applied in handwriting, coloring, cutting (scissor skill), doing and undoing belts, buckles, buttons, zippers on clothes and using spoon and fork among others. “These abilities gradually develop through experience and exposure to a variety of ...

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5 IMPORTANCES OF PLAY FOR YOUR CHILDREN (PT2)

5 IMPORTANCES OF PLAY FOR YOUR CHILDREN (PT2)

(Continue)2. Play strengthens language and communication skills.The ability to effectively communicate and express feelings, emotions, thoughts as well as the capability to respond, react and comprehend relies on our language and communication adeptness. “Research that focuses on play in relation to language development has stressed the importance of quality peer interactions and providing opportunities that are natural and purposeful.” (Jessica Cardoza, Language and Play, https://globallyinf...

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5 IMPORTANCES OF PLAY FROM A TEACHER’S PERSPECTIVE (PT1)

5 IMPORTANCES OF PLAY FROM A TEACHER’S PERSPECTIVE (PT1)

Although the significance of play among children appears to be a common knowledge nowadays, thanks to numerous scientific studies and the ever-famous account “Play is the highest form of research” from renowned scientist Albert Einstein, its substance is still undeniably overlooked at by some if not most parents doubting its benefits on their kids. I have listed 5 of the many advantages of play on children based on personal experience and observation from years of handling young learners...

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