June 12, 2017 | No Comments
Learning through play follows children’s interests in the classroom and develops stimulating activities based on what the child is interested in. This article reiterates the importance of play in early childhood education, as outlines by Tom Shea, who has created childcare focusing on the “children first.”
The early childhood years are when the brain develops the most, and relationships and healthy attachments are formed. It is vital to take action and advantage during these formative years to help the child develop into a healthy young adult. Letting children simply be children is at the root of Shea’s philosophy, and of utmost importance.