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How Block Play Benefits Children’s Learning (Part 1 - Stages of Block Play)

How Block Play Benefits Children’s Learning (Part 1 - Stages of Block Play)

by Tina Bambury, Early Childhood & Parenting Educator

Blocks support children to think, to plan, to experiment and explore how things work, the support foundations need, as well as their social, emotional and problem solving skills.

Explore the seven stages of block play in this post. They usually follow developmental stages and children progress in their own time regardless of their age.

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Top 5 tips to helping children master problem solving skills

Top 5 tips to helping children master problem solving skills

5 tips for children to master problem solving:
1. Begin early with teaching kids how to solve problems and encourage giving new things a go when they feel daunted;
2. Encourage kids to solve problems independently;
3. If need be provide assistance to kids by talking through a problem together rather than imposing your solution;
4. Be mindful of the language you use by framing a problem in terms of an opportunity;
5. Instill a healthy self belief in children when they are facing a problem. They listen!
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Importance of creative play & tips to help your child play creatively

Importance of creative play & tips to help your child play creatively

Top 5 tips to include play in your child’s routine:
1. Set aside time for unstructured play;
2. Allow children to explore the world around them and ask questions;
3. Encourage children to engage in different forms of play such as role play;
4. Put technology aside for a while;
5. Find a balance between organised and unorganised activities.
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