180 X2 00 CM Baby Mat 1 CM Thickness Cartoon XPE Kid Play Mat Fold able Anti-skid Carpet Children Game Mat
Product Name: Foldable Baby Play Mat Material: XPE Thickness: 1CM (0.4 IN) Packing: Without Carry Bag and Box Size: 180 x 200 CM ( 70.9 x 78.7 IN) Clean Method: Gently wipe by wet tissue or wet towel
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Benefits of Playing for kids
Physical If you asked kids why they run, jump, swing or climb, they’ll tell you, “…because it’s fun.” But research shows outdoor play is much more than just fun, it’s necessary to help kids be physically fit and healthy. When kids are playing, they are learning reflexes and movement control, developing fine and gross motor skills and increasing flexibility and balancing skills. On top of that, when kids are involved in physical activity, they’re building stronger muscles and improving bone density, improving heart and lung function and preventing obesity, diabetes and high cholesterol.
Taking kids to the playground is one of the most fun, and healthy, things you can do for – and with – them. There are so many different types of playground equipment today, so regardless of their age group and ability, all children can physically benefit from outdoor play on a playground.
Kids have access to so much technology today, and it can truly decrease the amount of time they spend engaged in physical play. Parents, as one of the best advocates for physical activity and play, limit your children’s screen time and set an example of a healthy, active lifestyle that includes plenty of play. It’s the first step toward putting your children on a path to good physical health.
Emotional While you can actually see the physical benefits of play, there are also internal benefits that free play provides, like a child’s emotional development. Free play has an important role to a child’s emotional growth, and research has pointed to three areas where play helps children develop emotionally: building self-confidence and esteem; experimenting with various emotions; and releasing emotions from trauma.
Self-Confidence and Self-Esteem Playground equipment like climbers and overhead hanging apparatuses present kids with physical challenges, and free play encourages them to take risks. When kids take that risk and overcome the challenge, they develop a sense of accomplishment that leads to higher self-esteem. Free play also encourages children to develop skills that build self-confidence, such as conflict resolution and imaginative dramatic play. Social development with children—and the ability to play on their own—are also important factors in building self-confidence.
Experimenting with Emotions Remember when you used to play? Using pretend play, you utilized your imagination to break out of your limitations and reality—and not much has changed today. Research shows that children use free play to express their emotions and learn to deal with their fears and scary experiences. Free play allows children to fully express themselves without anyone or anything holding them back. Remember when your playground equipment magically turned into a car, a house or a school? Equipment like tunnels or enclosed spaces fosters experimentation, and kids use their imagination and pretend play to experience different feelings and outcomes. These experiences and emotions change as kids grow older. For example, preschoolers develop emotional strength and stability, while older children develop spontaneity and humor.
Releasing Emotions from Trauma Encouraging children to express themselves emotionally during play is just as important as encouraging good physical health. Free play has proven to be therapeutic for children who are emotionally distressed from traumatic situations like child abuse, family disruptions and/or the experience of natural disaster or war. Studies show that when playing, children can release emotions and “play out” their traumas so they can share feelings freely.