Essay On Importance Of Play

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Introduction In Kindergarten school, some parent believes play is the best way for young children to learn the conceptions, skills, and set a solid foundation for later school and life success. In the other hand, many parents disagree and believe play is a waste of time, messy, noisy, and uneducationall. I believe play is not waste of time, but it something worth to fight for, in this presentation I would show parent the main importance of some of the numerous kinds of play, and why play is a fundamental basis for improving children’s ability to succeed in school and life. To clarify the importance of play I would first explain what is the character of play in early childhood Play is not a separate from the curriculum; play is the best…show more content…
1- Motor/Physical development Let 's start with a picture of children play with blocks, Lego, soccer, or drawing, etc. Play gives the opportunities for children to develop both individual gross and fine muscle strength. Many people experiencing health problems from being overweight, we have a responsibility to encourage physical activity in young children. Playing ball games, dancing, running, and climbing all help to develop body movement, strength, flexibility, and co-ordination skills. 2-Social development; By interacting with others in play settings, children learn social rules such as, taking turns, trade, cooperation, sharing, rules, and mixing with other. They discover scenes and stories, solve problems, and negotiate their idea through social barriers. They know what they want to do and work conscientiously to do it. they learn the powerful lesson of pursuing their own ideas to a successful conclusion. Also, support most children progress from an egocentric view of the world to an understanding of the importance of social skills and rules, they learn that games such as follows the Leader, baseball, and soccer cannot work without everyone obeying to the same set of rules. It teaches children life has rules (laws) that we all must follow to function effectively. Research shows that children who involve “(in complex forms of socio-dramatic play have greater language skills than non-players, better social skills, more empathy, more imagination, and more of the subtle capacity to know what others mean. They are less aggressive and show more self-control and higher levels of thinking”.
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