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Pretend play is a part of developmental process


Pretend play or fantasy for preschooler is important. Pretending is a part of their developmental process. Telling stories and acting out what they want, feel and think plays an important role to what they become in the future.

Pretend play encourages children to enhance their self-confidence and exercise independence. Allowing them to do pretend play makes them happy but in a way boost their self-esteem.


Kids love play houses, doctor, builder tools, kitchen sets and a lot more. These help kids to stimulate the adult environment and hone important life skills.
When Kyle is playing, he uses his imagination and creativity to make use of improvised devices as toys.


I strongly believe, what little tykes do at their early stages of life plays a vital factor in their future life or how they succeed as adults. So as early as now, as a parent, you should
let your children explore what they want to become self-sufficient and
independent.


Our children deserve every opportunity to explore and discover the world around them.



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Comment by Kristine Magpantay on November 24, 2010 at 8:08pm
That's good to hear from you Heather. Our children need parents to watch over their activities. Just keep it up.:)
Comment by Heather Jones on November 24, 2010 at 11:35am
My 20 month old is already doing this. He has a baby doll. Yes my boy has a baby doll that he wraps up in a blanket and gives a bottle to. he also sets his stuffed animals up on chairs and gives them books to read or even sits at a table with his baby laptop and pretends to be mommy or daddy. I think it is adorable and very necessary to let them go into their imaginary worlds and learn and grow.

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