Small world-play is a way of creating scenes and settings, both real-life and imaginary, in child-size proportions. Like its close ally imaginative play, small world play allows children to explore and consolidate things they experience and learn in real life.
But unlike an imaginative play, small worlds are, as the name suggests, smaller and more contained, often with clear boundaries between where the play ends and the rest of the world begins.
The benefits of small world play Boosting Cognitive Development: It helps to build nerve connections in the brain Enhancing gross and fine motor skills.
It encourages 'scientific thinking and problem solving It can involve mindful activities which are beneficial for all children Creating constant narratives.
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