There are so many different kinds of activities for children to do and often times as parents it can be easy to become overwhelmed with how to make the best decisions for your child.

The key to choosing what your child needs when it comes to active play and learning is to balance the long-term benefits with how much they will enjoy taking part in the activity.

To make this easier, the time to sit down and make a list of categories that you as the parent best fit your child’s needs.  Some examples of this may include motor/physical play, social and constructive play,  games with rules, developmental, responsibility and so on!

Now take the time to ask your child what they are interested in and see what categories this will fall into.

Bravo Employee: Rita Swallow