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When children are role playing and are acting out experiences they've had, they are experimenting with decision-making and practising their social skills. To make sense of the world, children need to be engaged in imaginary play. Imaginary play benefits all areas of children’s development and helps them learn vital life skills!
Role play such as playing cooking, shops, picnics, restaurants, cafes, parties and house may appear to be very simple activities, yet young children learn so many practical life skills, social skills and get to practice interacting with others too.