10 reasons you should play with child a lot

Few years of life, child see the story of playing that the Great work as “full-time job” and my parents are very dedicated to this work. If parents go to work to care for future family, then I played well to prepare yourself for a brighter future. Why is that?

10 reasons you should play with child a lot

Throughout childhood, the play is linked not to bother with what the learning, social inclusion, development and even the child’s intellect. Researchers have discovered that the access to the “raw material” players (such as toys and games) is one of the best ways to arouse a child’s intelligence. Children’s toys need not be expensive or the most modern items, and toys should not be electric, as this would mean that the toy does everything by themselves to serve baby. The simplest toy, cheap, free (something that she can play in any way that she wants to) will be much better.

Play helps children smarter.

Hours of play and interaction with toys is the most important, through which children will acquire more basic skills. Look for a child playing with a toy train. Baby not only knows more about the initiative but said the train was running the wheel, how to use the track and even how gravity works. The same kid that when sorting the train, they will learn about colors, numbers, sizes and shapes.

What can you do? Turn off the TV and DVD education, and took out dolls, cars, balls and soap bubbles.

Play helps develop social skills.

Waiting turn, work together, to follow the rules, understanding and ability to correct itself – things are only few of the social skills that emphasizes the play. It helps children understand the rules of social interaction that will be very valuable in any future relationship of the child. The child may be playing well together can cooperate well with other people later, and means that they have good social skills.

What can you do? Whether playing a concert or a trip to the playground, then please also give your child the opportunity to interact with other children their age. At times like that will create the foundation for social relationships in the future, and cause “pressure” to make them behave in ways we expected.

Play helps develop the ability to restrain impulses.

It is often said that play is the work of children, and indeed, it is nature’s work than previously thought. In particular, player freedom is not free. That is the problem of autonomy and follow social rules. The children participated in game play can be trained more socially responsible. Impulsive children tend to see progress best when given the chance to play more.What can you do? Do not rush to make a schedule when the children play outside or hold a home game with the other. Give me a chance to play, and toys (like balls, boxes, and blocks many shapes) to create a session player “free” in its own right.Visit reduce stress.

“What is stress?” you may be wondering the same. Sure, your child will sleep, eat, and have fun most of the time of day, but then nothing but stress, but childhood  also includes learning the social rules, curb the impulse, do what adults say even just learning to walk!

What can you do? If you are facing something more likely is a worrying situation for child(a doctor’s appointment, a meal with so many strange faces …) try to arrive early with toys and spend time with my fun before. That will indirectly transfer the attention of children from the fear and help children become familiar with new environment through the encouragement familiar.

Play helps enhance focus, attention and memory.

Ability to concentrate and pay attention are the learning skills, and play as one of the most natural and most interesting to a child can begin to develop these skills. All of us have ever seen a child  occupied in that game did not even hear when you call baby name. This focus is also the skills that a child needs in later years to write a paper, listen to a lecture or a piano performance.

What can you do? Rather than get angry when the child is too busy playing with her toy blocks that not even looked up when you call baby, please be patient. Your child is developing an important skill!