Play comes naturally to kids, but not always to adults. Experts and parents agree that play-based and traditional classroom learning are both necessary and profoundly important for a child’s early education — therefore, making time for all kinds of play is important.

The article below from the National Association for the Education of Young Children introduces the importance of play and why it is crucial for child development. Growing a child’s mind through imaginative play that doesn’t include equipment like toys or boards for games is an easy and important way for parents to get involved in their child’s education.

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