Girl playing on equipment

Your child learns best when he or she is playing, exploring, creating and imagining. Experience is the best teacher.

Imaginary play encourages children to explore new ideas, learn from their surrounds and engage socially with other children. This social engagement helps to develop skills like discipline, problem solving and empathy.

Playgroup allows children to use negotiation skills, including taking turns and sharing. It also provides opportunities for expressing their feelings and experimenting with solutions.

Language skills are developed during imaginative play. Children practice listening, comprehending and talking.

What may seem like a humble playgroup is actually a rich learning environment for young children.