Some parents tend to think that playtime during school hours can adversely affect their child’s learning because the thought of enjoyment overshadows the interest to learn. Some fail to realize that playing makes the children happier and content, meaning their minds are loose and open to absorb knowledge.
Active playing with a good frequency can be very beneficial as communication and social skills are developed through interaction with other children. Sharing each other’s interest during these interactions enable the children to understand each other’s behavior.
Playtime activities that require the participation of more than just one child promote teamwork. At the end of the session, the children’s experience with each other’s company can lead to friendship.
In Rainbow Room Learning Center, this is how the children benefit from playtime.