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How Educational Toys can Enhance Learning at Home

Dec 27,2023 | Ducks N Crafts Pte Ltd.

It's simple to underestimate the importance of play in a child's development in our current academically-obsessed society. However, play-based learning becomes visible as a foundation in supporting a child's overall development and cultivating a variety of abilities that are essential for their success in the future. In this blog post, we'll get into how play is not simply a fun pastime activity.

 

  1. Cognitive Development

 

Playing helps young minds develop cognitively and serves as more than just a kind of amusement. Children actively use their imaginations to solve issues, construct scenarios, and come to judgments as they play imaginatively. Playing improves memory, sparks creativity, and promotes cognitive functions. Children are developing their cognitive skills in ways that a regular classroom setting might not be able to, whether they are creating intricate block buildings or creating magical worlds during pretend play.

 

Want to start? You can check out our curated list of the top educational toys for developing cognitive skills.

 

  1. Social and Emotional Skills

Through play-based learning, kids can practice interacting, negotiating, and navigating social situations. They learn vital social skills including empathy, cooperation, and communication via play. Children learn the virtue of cooperation and sharing via group activities like role-playing games or board games. In addition, play helps children discover and comprehend their feelings, developing emotional intelligence that is essential for wholesome relationships for the rest of their life.

 

  1. Sensory Development

Playing offers a sensory-rich environment that is unparalleled by standard classroom settings, stimulating the senses in a profound way. Play enables children to explore and develop their sensory skills in a variety of ways, from the tactile pleasure of molding clay to the visual stimulation of brilliant colors in art activities. Playing with sand, water, or different textures is an example of sensory play that improves brain connections, sharpens sensory perceptions, and fosters sensory integration, or the capacity to efficiently absorb information obtained through the senses. Consequently, this establishes the basis for enhanced capacities related to attention, focus, and general sensory processing.

 

  1. Creative Skills

In the context of play-based learning, creativity is an unbounded skill. Children are allowed to freely express themselves creatively, whether it be through painting, drawing, or theatrical play. They develop their ability to think creatively, experiment with concepts, and come up with original solutions through creative activities. Playing creatively encourages creativity and imagination, which develops a mindset that is vital for problem-solving and critical thinking in a variety of academic fields in addition to artistic endeavors.

 

Invest in your child's creativity skills! You can start by exploring our Painting and Coloring collection

 

 

  1. A fun and educational activity for your children

Learning through play not only contributes to their development but also enables you to spend quality time with your children, making it a fun learning experience.

 

Interested in developing your child’s creativity? Check our comprehensive guide about educational arts and crafts to develop your children’s creativity.

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