Play Your Kid Smart!

PLAY
Blanket Fort
Bubbles
Buttons
Card Games
Cardboard Boxes
Catching Bugs
Chasing Lizards
Climbing Trees
Collections
The Creek
Dominoes
Flashlights
Follow the Leader
Gossip & Telephone
Hand Clapping Games
Hand Stacking
Hide & Seek
Hopscotch
Hotwheels & Matchbox cars
Jumping Rope
Kites
Light Switches
Lighting Matches
Marbles
Paperclip Chains
The Park
Pat-A-Cake
Peek-A-Boo
Playdough
Mud and Puddles
Playing Catch
Pointy Sticks
Pots and Pans
Riddles & Jokes
Sandbox
Simon Says
Singing Games
Stickers
String & Rope
Stick Fighting
Tea Party
Trading Cards
Walking on the Curb

Can children play a lot, have fun...and still get smart?
Yes!

Happy children who are having fun are eager learners who absorb their lessons quickly and easily, and nearly every skill or concept taught by a worksheet or textbook in school gets its start in traditional "play" of children. There's no need to rush children into a school-like environment from a young age. In fact, pushing children into the academic environment too soon can spoil their enthusiasm for learning in general, and make school seem a burden and chore, rather than the next exciting step as they grow up into the "big kid" they want to be. Relax a bit, and play with them, so you can be reminded of children's fresh sense of wonder in the world. Enjoy life's journey together.

Learn about InterPlay

LEARN
Large Motor Skills
Fine Motor Skills
Self-Discipline
Patience & Waiting
Taking Turns
Following Directions
Cause & Effect
Memory & Memorization
Planning & Organization
Creativity & Imagination

Social Skills
Courtesy & Manners
Kindness & Empathy
Cooperation
Respect

Independence
Initiative
Courage
Resourcefulness
Determination
Solving Problems
Making Decisions

Reading
Writing
Speaking
Listening
Math
Money
Science
Social Studies
Music & Dance
Visual Arts