Parents and Play White Paper
Effective early childhood programs offer children and staff opportunities to explore, create, discover, and interact in a safe, warm, and nurturing educational setting. Play is central to every child’s growth and development, which is why it's important to use the right amount of supervisor guidance to help facilitate play and learning.
In this white paper, we'll discuss how a play-oriented early childhood program might support parents' understanding of the importance and impact of play on their child's overall development with an orientation around parents' questions.
In this White Paper
- How the classroom gets children ready for kindergarten
- How children learn through play
- How supervisor guidance facilitates learning and play
- How the types of play help children get ready for kindergarten