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The importance of play in development

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Play is a fundamental part of growing up, but is not just a means of relaxing away from the rigours of academic learning or economic endeavour, as once thought. Play is now recognised as being an integral part of that learning and endeavour, especially in the early years.

Playing in different ways, with different people and in different situations allows children to learn about themselves and the world they inhabit, and it contributes to their development in many ways. It captures their imaginations, motivates them to overcome challenges and contributes towards their holistic development socially, emotionally, culturally, intellectually, physically and linguistically.

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