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One of the skills that we parents should develop after we have children is the ability to observe. Especially in early childhood, the period from gestation to age 6, children are a daily factory of novelties both from the motor and cognitive point of view as well as the social and emotional. Suddenly, that little person starts to walk, talk, and even “chirp” and you get the impression that it came from nowhere. Have you ever felt that? This same observation should be applied to playtime. Suddenly, without you expecting it, the make-believe game begins. Continue reading “At what age do kids play pretend with toys?” »

Playing make-believe provides many opportunities for children to learn and grow. With pretend play toys for kids, your child can mimic language and activities he or she sees and experiences in a safe and nurturing environment. Playing pretend plays a crucial role in your child’s development, since it helps them to use their imaginations to create a fun scenario right in your own home. Continue reading “Best Pretend Play Sets for Kids” »

When kids pretend they’re pirates or secret agents, or create their own characters using dolls or Lego figures, it seems like they’re playing simple games—literally engaging in child’s play. But what’s going on when kids use their imaginations and pretend when they play is actually very complex, and very good for kids’ development. Here are some key ways imaginative play is beneficial for kids. Continue reading “How do I pretend to play with my toddler?” »

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