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Creativity & Play for Ages 3-5

Creativity & Play for Ages 3-5

 
Encourage your child to use her imagination, it's not just fun, but builds learning skills too!
Pretend weapon play is normal, but it's still wise to limit kids' exposure to media violence.
Power play helps kids feel in control of their world.
Deepen your child's on-screen learning.
Preschoolers learn about life through mucky, muddy, hands-on play.
Fantasy play helps 3s and 4s understand the real world.
Understand and promote high-level, language-building play.
Playing with colors offers a brilliant blend of science, language, and art learning.
Encourage your preschooler's innate creativity.
What can you do to help with self-expression in your preschooler? Find out here.
When you encourage creativity and problem-solving, you help your child develop skills that can be applied to everything she does.
There’s a world of learning in the garden.
Find out why kids have pretend pals and why you needn't worry.
Card and board games are fun ways for preschoolers to learn social skills.

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