From a very young age we have the basic knowledge of how to play. It is either by playing alone or it’s with playing with others and by playing with others we learn how to be selflessness (#). When we are at play we are at happiness (#) and from that comes compassion (#) for others.


Play is essential for a person’s physical, emotional and spiritual growth. It helps children’s intellectual and educational development. It also helps with their social and behavioral skills. Research say's that play sculpts our brain, makes an individual
smarter and more adaptable to everyday life.

Play is recognized as an important part of a person’s childhood. It is a well-known fact that every child plays, weather it is a simple game of peek-a-boo, hide and go seek, or tag. When a child is not just playing with another peer but an adult as well, that adult is showing kindness, compassion, love, and maybe even tolerance if it’s necessary. It’s an activity that all children need in their lives while growing up.

Play can come from playing alone or having others to play with. Most of the basic knowledge that children have comes from playing with others. Examples such as learning how to share by sharing one another’s toys. Children play with certain toys that help them learn shapes, numbers, letters, sounds and what certain objects those are in life. Adults also have the ability to play, however it’s more than likely that it will not be a simple game of peek-a-boo. Adults or teenagers have their own “play” wether its sports, playing cards, or just having a good time hanging out with friends.

Play is more of a value looking at a child’s point of view. It’s one that comes at a very early age in life for a person and it’s something that should always be cherished




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