When a very young child is playing, it may look random, unstructured, or like nothing much is happening. When you observe closely, you see that this child is busy at play—and learning in the way young children learn best. By exploring the world around them. This is where fine motor, gross motor, visual perceptual, cognitive, social, emotional, and self-regulation skills can all be developed and nurtured.
Through play, children learn to persist, interact, engage, invent, and act out their ideas and share them. Play affirms and stimulates children’s creativity and help them discover their own interests.