Play is the work of childhood
- Jean Piaget
Through play, a whole world of possibilities appears. This world becomes a universe free of expectations imposed by the adult.
Children find meaning in the environment around them through play. In fact, playing cultivates curiosity and naturally contributes to the brain development in early childhood.
As adults we have a responsibility to create distinct moments of play to support children’s development, but also to play with them. The development of young children depends on play because it is through play that children define who they are.