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WHY IS PLAY IMPORTANT?
Play is important to child’s healthy brain development. It is through play that children at a very early age engage and interact in the world around them.
Play allows children to create and explore a world they can master, conquering their fears while practicing adult roles, sometimes in conjunction with other children or adult caregivers.
Undirected play allows children to learn how to work in groups, to share, to negotiate, to resolve conflicts, and to learn self-advocacy skills. When play is allowed to be child driven, children practice decision-making skills, move at their own pace, discover their own areas of interest, and ultimately engage fully in the passions they wish to pursue.
Ideally, much of play involves adults, but when play is controlled by adults, children acquiesce to adult rules and concerns and lose some of the benefits play offers them, particularly in developing creativity, leadership, and group skills.
Perhaps above all, play is a simple joy that is a cherished part of childhood.
UNDERSTAND YOUR CHILD.
One of the ways you can understand your child is by observing them as they sleep, eat, or play. Look for the consistent traits. Which activities do they like best? Is adjusting to changes easy for them or do they need time to become familiar with these things? These things are the normal characteristics of a child and your child may not be an exception.
As much as possible, have time to talk to your children as this is crucial to gaining information and understanding. In the case of young children, they require less verbal language and more facial expression and body language in order to understand their thoughts and feelings. Asking them questions will allow them to share their feelings to you.
HOW YOU CAN HELP YOUR CHILD TO IMPROVE HIS/HER SKILLS?
• Have meaningful conversations. • Play games that involve the hands.
• Foster an early passion for books. • Choose developmentally appropriate toys. • Respond promptly when your baby cries. • Build trust by being attentive and focused. • Set up a safe environment.
• Match your tempo to your child's temperament.
• Provide clear responses to your baby's actions.
• Use positive discipline. • Model empathic feelings for others. • Express joy and interest in your baby.
OBSERVATION IS KEY.
One of the simplest, yet most effective, ways to learn about child psychology is observation. Show interest in what your children are doing or saying. Observe their actions, expressions, and temperament when they eat, sleep, and play. Keep in mind that your child is unique and may have a personality that stands out, even as he grows. So avoid comparing your child with other children, as that not only adds stress to parenting, but also makes the child feel inferior.
Do ask yourself a few questions that can help you understand the kids’ psychology.
• What does the child like to do the most?
• How does he react when he has to do something he does not like, such as eating vegetables, sleeping early or doing homework?
• How social is he? Is he willing to share or try new things?
• How long is the child taking to familiarize himself with his surroundings? Is he able to adjust to the changes in the environment?
While you answer these questions, remember not to judge the child. Just observe to be aware.