Once upon a time, a 65th birthday meant collecting one last paycheck, throwing a retirement party and making grand plans to play golf, travel the world and anything else you’d put off until the 40-hour work weeks came to an end. But now, that formula is no longer quite so tried and true.
For kids, pretend play is about more than having fun (though it’s definitely fun). It’s a critical part of their learning and development.
Free play fosters almost all the traits we’re dying for our kids to develop. And there’s even a perk: it’s fun!
Children learn best when engaging with ALL their senses!
Even children as young as 1 have a full-time job to do.