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Learning Through Fun and Play

Aprendiendo mediante
la diversión y el juego

Studies show that through play, children develop all kinds of skills, from cognitive, social and emotional to physical and critical thinking. When they play, children practice everyday skills that will be useful later in life. Free play gives children the opportunity to follow their interests, develop their strengths and express themselves creatively.

Long-term play builds children’s endurance in an activity and patience to complete a project. At Buckingham School we foster children’s curiosity by encouraging them to ask questions and stop to admire the world around them.

11 reasons why play is important