Learning with play

When children see muddy puddles, they jump and splash in them. Their desire to do so is driven by their natural instinct to explore and discover using their senses and motor actions. Thus they build a storehouse of knowledge about the physical world. Through this and similar outdoor activities, children master essential life skills such as problem-solving, ability to focus and respond to changing contexts, as well as decision making. Even though the rain is falling the children are still outside having fun x