Play is an important aspect of a child’s development. As parents, we often hear the phrase “learning through play”. What does it mean and how does it help a child in her early development? Making sense of the world around us Have you heard of the term “child’s play”? Well, when a child plays, it’s not just child’s play! Play is a stimulant. It helps a child develop concepts to figure out cause and effect. It enhances their ability in problem solving by helping them to understand how things are connected. It teaches them about team work and turn-taking.
Our baby girl turned two last Saturday… where has the time gone? We did the mandatory (at least for us) photoshoot to commemorate her turning of age (haha), and these photos will go up on an IKEA frame to be hung in our living room wall! We did the same when she was one year old – we framed her cake smash shoot. I wonder if we will continue the tradition until our living room runs out of walls?