I have heard the saying “too much playing is not good” nonetheless, play is effective in the learning process of children. Children learn and develop from playing. Cognitive skills, for example, are children doing math and problem-solving. This can be done anywhere, even in the supermarket.
Physical abilities. This is the balancing of blocks and running on the playground. Most children are into blocks, which is very good. Children enjoy playing on the playground, while they are doing this, they are improving their physical abilities.
New language, these are the same words they need to play with toy dinosaurs, while they are playing with these words, they are also learning new vocabulary.
Social skills, this is where children play together in a made-up car park.
Literacy skills, here is where children sit together with their friends and create a menu for their imaginary restaurant.
Lastly, play helps children to improve their strength and health. It also decreases obesity problems that are facing many children today.