Expressive Play

Children need to understand that what they say, think, and feel is important. When children express themselves, they are more engaged and will be more interested in the subject being taught. When children feel what they say is being heard, they also become more open to engaging in communication and verbalizing their thoughts and feelings. This opening up of communication can drive improvements in communication, self-expression, and more! Check out our selection of toys and resources that encourages and promotes Expressive Play!

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