Role play allows children to act our real life situations and be creative. It provides an opportunity for children to emulate what they see and practise skills. This is particularly important for a child's social and personal development, which increases a child’s ability to positively interact with others, encouraging them to be independent and socially aware.
There is a social dimension to role play, as the best role play is with others – you learn social skills around taking another person's perspective
- Professor Sue Rogers.
At The Role Up, we know the importance of play in growing up and so we make sure we lay the foundation for happy, healthy children. we believe play is important to build children's social, language, cognitive and physical skill and how better to teach kids through play to interact and develop life long skills.
Play is inavaluable to children, it is the way that young children learn, it provides an opportunity for children to encourage their imagination, it also increases wellbeing and resilience!