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8 Reasons Why You Should Encourage Imaginative Play in Kids

When children pretend play they build social skills, language skills and self-control.
Unlike video games imaginative play requires children to invent their own stories. By doing this they are training their brains to transform ideas into words, this improves vocabulary and grammar. They’re also looking outside their own needs and desires.

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