Play & Cultural Development

girl-scope.jpgPlaying is vital in helping children learn social and cultural rules of interaction and it helps develop cooperation skills. Playing also helps children to learn self control, compromise and negotiation skills, which are important to their culture. Children learn survival skills, independence, and how to get along with others. Playing helps children build a foundation of social skills that will benefit them as they mature.


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