Benefits of playing with a group for children

As the child grows, he becomes clearer and more expressive of his desire to play, which prompts the parents to start providing simple games, but with the sensory and cognitive development of the child, he becomes an urgent need for someone to share the play with and exchange fun and entertainment, and keep him away from boredom and repetition..
What distinguishes group play from individual children?
Group play provides the child with better fun, and has a spirit of competition and skill, feeling that he is better than his partner in play.
Group play provides the child with the beginning of the art of communication and communication with others, and this in itself is considered the beginning of his social activity with others.
Group play avoids the child falling into the clutches of boredom, so that he and his playing partner become more loving and enjoying the games in his hands.
Group play provides children with the acquisition and exchange of skills. Each child can have his own way of dealing with games, and here there is an opportunity to exchange and transfer skills between children involved in playing.
Group play for children establishes the beginning of a team spirit. In the case of building a pyramid of cubes or a house of sticky cubes, both children or a group of children will feel that they complement each other in completing this pyramid or that house, and they will have a feeling of cooperation.
Group play provides a climate for building small and innocent friendships between children, giving them a good start for building friendships in the future.
In terms of the mental aspect, group play activates the mental and mental queen and provides a start for creativity, thinking and using mental ability logically better than individual play. It is also considered one of the mental sports necessary for the child to occupy and activate the nervous system in the brain cells.

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