I believe understanding the need to invest in our young so that they thrive in their early childhood development is to encourage a brighter future for them and for their wellness. Early year play, plays a vital role in the development of a child’s brain. When we are consistent in providing early learning experiences through human interaction we help how our children’s brains are built and they function. The effect of this can be very healthy in going onto develop positive mental, emotional, and physical wellbeing s they continue to learn now and later on in life. The more stimuli, the more experiences, the more learning opportunities, the better. Through developmental toys we give our infants the experience of sound, touch, vision, smell, speech and it is this attachment that creates a healthy emotional bond between you and your child. This then leads to much competence and confidence whilst exploring the world around them.
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