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11/26/2018

5 Positive Sides of Children Playing Messy

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5 Positive Sides of Children Playing Messy
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Parental frustration often occurs when you see children playing messy. In fact, as parents do not need to be angry when they see their children making messy toys on the floor.

Behind all that, there are positive things that children can get from their messy playing conditions, as reported by crystalandcomp.com, Sunday, November 25 2018. What are the positive things?

Sensitivity of the Five Senses

The five senses of the child will be stimulated to be more sensitive when playing messy and dirty. Improve children's ability to touch, feel, smell, to observe things around them.

Curiosity

When they play in messy or dirty conditions, it turns out that it can increase a child's curiosity. This can also help them to be encouraged to add new insights and knowledge that are important for their growth and development.

Motor ability

In addition to the child's limbs can be stimulated to move actively when playing messy, children's motor skills can also increase significantly.

Hand and Eye Coordination

In addition, children's spatial abilities can increase. This can help improve their hand and eye coordination skills.

Children's Creativity

Besides playing, children can learn at the same time and increase their creativity. When your kids have fun and explore things around them, they are also stimulated to do and create new things with their own creations. However, children need to be accompanied and directed to be able to play creatively

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