Imaginative Play

Spending time with your child observing or participating in their imaginative play is a great way to learn about their interests and become a part of the things they love. Dress up like a pirate and defend your imaginary ship together. Or play princesses for a day. Or walk around like a dinosaur. Young children love to play pretend and chances are they will jump at the chance to bring you into their imaginary world. If you’re willing to get creative and have some fun, there are limitless fun activities you can enjoy with your children in as little as ten minutes a day.

Building in that ten minutes for your child into your day can have enormous positive impacts on your parent-child relationship. And will create fun memories for your child for the rest of their lives. I hope you are able to try out some of these ideas and start having some daily fun!

Encourage Imaginative Play

Imaginative play is vital when children are playing roles and acting that displays various experiences that they might have and they show interest in. Actually, the kids are experimenting with their decision making abilitiy on how to behave. They are learning their social skills. Children learn more from experiencing the happening around them; they learn from what they generally see, hear, smell, taste and touch. So, to get such experiences and become sensible towards world, you need to engage them in imaginary play.

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