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Pretend Play Supports Children's Learning

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Pretend Play Supports Children's Learning
Pretend play is the acting out of stories by children that involves make-believe characters, emotions and situations.
Developmental psychologists believe that children begin to engage in pretend play from around two years and it goes on to mark an important stage in development of the child as they learn to think in abstract terms.

The following article provides information on ways that pretend play can powerful aid to overall growth of children.

For more information, please read the following: How Pretend Play Supports Children's Learning
Last modified on Saturday, March 12, 2022
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