For the longest time, I tried to figure out what "learning through play" meant. Some thoughts that ran through my head were: Is it structured? Does it involve planning? What is the role of the teachers. Great post on learning through play!
When children play we often just think they're having fun, but research has shown that the benefits of play extend far beyond that in early childhood. Such a key resource in understanding the effects and benefits of play on early childhood development.
An inviting geography play space ready for play based learning. Creating a rich, playful space for children encourages and inspires them to learn be creative and problem solve. An image like this shows that learning inside a classroom can be fun
There is so much information about the importance and value of play and play-based learning. As a parent, how do we build on our child's play and are there things that can hinder the magic of play-based learning?