Why We Play

Why We Play

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Learn more about how play helps children develop the skills they need to thrive

Active, playful activities ignite a lifelong love of learning in children, motivating them to explore inside and outside of the classroom. With the knowledge and skills they acquire through play, children become engaged and self-motivated. Playing equips them to cope with and solve the complex challenges they face, so they can flourish and contribute to their families and communities.

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PLAYING HELPS US CONNECT WITH OTHERS

When we play, we practice skills like communication and conflict resolution, and develop lasting friendships


PLAYING BUILDS OUR CONFIDENCE

When we play, we take risks and step outside our comfort zone.


PLAYING TEACHES US TO ACCEPT DIFFERENCES

When we play, we break down social barriers, build connections, and give each other space and opportunities to lead and contribute.


PLAYING STRENGTHENS OUR RESILIENCE

When we play, we learn how to process difficult emotions, cope with challenging situations, and express our feelings to those around us.


PLAYING FOSTERS OUR CURIOSITY

When we play, we learn to focus and persist in activities using our own enthusiasm. We learn to connect ideas, gain a deeper understanding of lessons, and how we can apply these concepts to our lives.


PLAYING BUILDS PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS

When we play, we learn that we can make mistake and try again in a safe and familiar context. We build on these mistakes to find innovative solutions to problems.