Why Play With Your Children During Their Formative Years

Educational Kid Play promotes the active participation of the parent in the child’s overall development.
Through these enjoyable activities, your child learns and enjoys being with you at the same time.

Multiple Benefits of Play

90% of your child's brain is developed by age 5. According to the National Association for the Education of Young Children, there are five things to know about play:


Children learn and develop cognitive skills, physical abilities, new vocabulary, social skills, and literacy skills through play.


Aside from helping to understand their capabilities, play helps children grow active and counteracts obesity.


Play is a joyful activity and provides a healthy outlet to release anxiety and stress, resulting in a happier child.


Play can be simple or complex. There are many types of play such as symbolic, sociodramatic, and functional, among others. There is also learning to play with rules.


Play and learning are not separate activities. Play is the child's laboratory where he or she experiments to comprehend new concepts.

Benefits of Early Childhood Education

  • Higher IQ
  • Less Likely to Repeat Grades or Require Special Education
  • Improved and Strengthened Interactions With Peers
  • Higher Language and Math Abilities
  • Improved Parent-Child Relationship
  • Lower Drop-Out Rates
  • More Likely to Graduate
  • More Likely to Own Homes and Have Longer Marriages
  • More Behaved, Less Likely to Have Future Trouble With the Law
  • Increase Earning Potential as an Adult