Play & Work
"A child has a deep need to play." - Éva Kálló
For a child, play and work are interchangeable. When children are given ample and appropriate opportunities to play independently, they create connections in their minds and bodies, improving spatial awareness, hand-eye coordination, and gross motor skills. Through play, children can test out the limits of their bodies in a safe way, preparing themselves for real-world situations, and giving them confidence in their physical abilities.