HOW GAMES HELP OUR KIDS

  • Games help children learn new things about the world around them and about themselves.
  • Play gives the child the opportunity to understand how things work and how to deal with others and try to “play” new roles.
  • Games help develop imagination.
  • Games provide an opportunity for the development of speech skills and the ability to communicate with others.
  • Games contribute to the development of thinking and logic skills.
  • Games develop perceptual and motor skills (general and fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination and balance), as well as promote physical development and strengthen coordination of movements.
  • Games combine language, social, cognitive, physical skills, as well as imagination and creativity.
  • Play builds a child’s self-confidence and strengths, and teaches them values.
  • Play helps your child learn and practice social skills – sharing, discussing problems, and acting together.
  • Games promote curiosity and attention skills.