“I am a Builder” : Role Play

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Apart from helping children enhance their creativity and imagination, Role Play is also essential in helping them develop social and language skills as they play (and “work”) together. What a fun way to learn!

When a child engages in pretend or imaginative play, by pretending to be different characters or by controlling objects in their own way and observing the result, they are essentially experimenting with the social and emotional roles of life

(https://www.pentagonplay.co.uk/news-and-info/why-pretend-play-is-important-to-child-development)

Make the role play more realistic by providing the children with appropriate clothing and tools. The children may negotiate among themselves what role they want to be and to take turns playing the roles.

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