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The Art of Play – Creative Learning Outside of Classrooms

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Written by Daisy Welch

Pretend play is an important component of learning. During pretend play, young children learn from imagining and doing. They use an object to represent something else while giving it action and motion, thus developing stories that take place in a world of their own. However, this is more complicated than it may seem. The process of pretending builds skills in many essential developmental areas. When kids receive ready-to-consume content, pretend play takes a backseat.

Our partners WoodenToyShop have created this eye-opener of an infographic that explains the different types of pretend play and their benefits.
Read more blogs by the Wooden Toy Shop here.

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