Play is an important aspect of every child's life. Several play types help kids express themselves, such as physical play, playing with objects, symbolic play, pretend play, and rules. Moreover, play helps develop the brain's structures by focusing and enjoying the process of learning to help them pursue a goal . . .
Loved by many, arcade gaming is one of the most sought after entertainment media. You've likely encountered these in entertainment centers, pubs, and other public places where kids (and adults!) go to pass the time while mom and sister are out shopping. Arcade games come in various categories such as . . .
Retro video games bring back childhood memories! Popular during the 80s and 90s, those gaming systems with 8-bit and 16-bit microprocessors sparked the inner gaming enthusiast in you! Today, retro video gaming systems are gaining momentum again. Gone were the awkward analog connections, wiggling cartridges, and super low resolution as they . . .
Are you ready for the spookiest night of the year? Halloween is an enjoyable holiday for children and families. It is filled with excitement as kids get to pick their favorite costumes, wander in the neighborhood at night for a friendly trick-or-treating, and fill up their Jack-O-Lanterns with candies and sweet . . .
Kids are their most creative during their preschool to toddler years. Even before they reach six years old, their imagination has likely peaked and has expressed this freedom through creativity. Their expression comes from their personal experience and feelings, which are often a reflection of their emotional health. Imagination plays . . .