Every child can play – it doesn’t have to cost a thing, you can do it anywhere and research shows it even makes learning fairer
Children thrive on play
They use it to explore the world like little scientists. When a toddler watches a spoon clatter to the floor, then drops it again and again, they’re carrying out an experiment. A fun one, too (if you’re not the one picking it up)!
Learning through play is also how children develop essential skills they’ll carry with them their whole lives. As a critical part of child development, time and space for play is a must-have.