Unstructured Play

Unstructured play is important for children because it allows them to explore their surroundings and learn new things in a natural way.

Without structure, they can create their own games and rules, and use their imagination to come up with new stories and characters.

This type of play is also important for developing social skills, as children learn how to cooperate and negotiate with each other. It can also help them to better understand their own emotions and those of others.

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