Playing and Learning

Playing promotes learning by stimulating the whole body and leaving a memory of the learning experience in the nervous system. Physical activity linked to play increases memory and teaches creative thinking. Playing helps children develop emotionally, for example by teaching them to identify and control different emotions. Strategic thinking and problem-solving skills also benefit from thinking about how to move the game forward by thinking about each situation and, for example, deciding if more toys are needed. Research shows that playing a role is extremely important for learning. Play gives children the opportunity to put themselves in different positions and see things from the point of view of leaders and followers. Play is an active form of learning The physical aspects of the game challenge the body and mind and give children feedback on their stamina and skills. Playing gives children the opportunity to learn new things. “Children see play as a form of active entertainment. For example, television is not the same as playing. Play gives children stimuli that excite and motivate them. "" Brain research shows that people work as a whole and that physical activity stimulates the mind. Therefore, the importance of movement cannot be stressed enough and must be included in the learning process. A dream playground has something for everyone The optimal design of the playground offers suggestions for different activities, different types of users, and different ways of thinking. Technology allows the construction of new generation playgrounds with completely new dimensions. The digital components can be designed to give children feedback on their progress or advice to take their games to the next level.



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