Benefits of Interactive Play
More and more organizations dedicated to children are turning to interactive play purposefully designed to promote hands-on learning, creativity and social skills. Play is one of the most important things you can do with children; and is essential for brain development.
Unstructured play is the best type of play for young children. Create an immersive and interactive environment and watch their imagination run wild. This allows children of all ages to learn at their own pace, and participate in creative play alone or with others. The design, theme and DNA of The Potter's House in Dallas is a great example of how to promote hands-on learning, creativity and social skills in a controlled environment. Interactive music panels, stages for dress-up and a farmers market with play veggies allows children to use play to learn.
Another great example can be found in the infant zone at Children's Health in Dallas, TX. With some intentional theming, digital wall covering and interactive play, the children's area is transformed into a creative environment that fosters development of all kinds. The themed environment and interactive play panels is an essential part of growth in children of all ages.