All children are born with an innate desire to play. Whether they are shy, outgoing, intellectual or deeply thoughtful by nature, after a few moments of play they will soon be lost in the moment. Studies show that play is an essential part of the way that most children, and even far into adulthood, learn and retain skills and information. Even if you leave a child on their own for any length of time, most will soon start to invent a game of some sort to keep themselves entertained and their brain active. Often, you might even see a lone child acting out their version of a real-life scene that they’ve witnessed their parents or older siblings portray – either with dolls or in their imagination.
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