Play-based curriculums that will encourage critical thinking, creativity and encourage social development
A child’s pretend play in classrooms or at home is often considered fun and imaginative, but with limited educational value. The truth is, in the midst of creating a restaurant together, clomping around in grownup shoes, or twirling around with friends in a fairy-tale land, children are learning to solve problems, coordinate, cooperate, and think flexibly. Imagine the skills required to turn the sandbox into a dinosaur bone excavation site!
Tiny Town Vaughan
Tiny Town Vaughan’s Vision & Values
Children need the freedom and time to play. Play is not a luxury. Play is a necessity.”– Kay Redfield Jamison