Developing social skills from a young age will prepare them for a lifetime of healthier relationships and more confidence. Children aren't born with social skills; they need to learn, practice and refine. Being equipped with these skills can provide many benefits to children. Early childhood is the foundation of these vital skills, which will prepare them for life.
Play is the most effective way children learn, and they begin playing as soon as they enter the world.
As children grow, their play evolves as well. Brains and bodies rapidly develop in early childhood, so young children are working overtime to figure out who they are and how they experience the world around them.