Improvise the play.
By Michael Mathiesen

Games play an extremely important part in maintaining a healthy mind, body, and aura for the child as it gives a lot of exercises in forming overall healthy physic. Research shows play-based can improve children's abilities to plan, organize, and get along with others. It also helps with language, math and social skills, and even helps children cope with stress.

Here are the 7 ways to improvise the play for better learning of children.
1. Develop stories while ensuring that the play is directed by the child.
2. Ensure face to face play games with the child to let them imitate you and learn better.
3. Introduce different playing toys that promote learning.
4. Choose activities that the child will find fun.
5. Play and explore different spaces.
6. Find experiments or resources that the child will enjoy experimenting.
7. Engage in regular activities with children.

Improvising games are a great tool for teaching children and helping them develop new skills. Through this form of play-based learning children build friendships, strengthen language and communication skills. Including some improvised and learning games into their regular schedule, we help them develop necessary skills that will benefit them later in life while having a lot of fun in the process!

Michael Mathiesen
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Michael Mathiesen is an experienced Board Member, investor/VC, and entrepreneur with more than 400 international, hands on, investments, strategic trade sales and IPOs. He has worked in Scandinavia, UK, US, Canada, Russia, China and West Africa.

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