Kids Play Tents – 3 Important Things A Play Tent Can Teach Your Child Whilst Making Learning Fun

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Kids play tents may not be the most common toys, but they are certainly some of the best. They can be used in many different ways, playing with them is pure fun, and they got a lot of educational value. What's so educational about kids play tents? Let's see what they can teach your child!

Kids play tents are excellent in teaching
  • motor skills and coordination

  • creative play

  • interaction with others


#1: Motor skills and coordination
Kids play tents usually require a lot of crawling. Especially tunnel tents or tent tunnel combinations make your child a full-time crawler. And crawling is extremely important for a healthy development, since it helps coordinating the brain hemispheres. Your child will also practice to plan his movements when getting in and out his tent.
Additionally, kids play tents offer a great place to play with puzzles, building blocks or other toys that require fine motor skills and coordination. The children can draw back and concentrate on their games without the outer world disturbing them.


#2: Creative play
There is not much you can't do with kids play tents. Your child can let his imagination run wild and transform it into a spaceship, a castle, a hidden cave or anything else. He can invent the greatest stories and adventures playing in his tent. By encouraging creative play, kids play tents greatly contribute to the development of fantasy, as well as speech and narrative skills.
If your child needs some help to get started, you can come up with a topic or the beginning of a story and let him play it. Creative playing is a brilliant brain exercise.

#3: Interacting with others
Kids play tents are fun when playing alone, but they are perfect for playing together with others. When kids play together, they learn how to interact properly with each other. They need to negotiate rules and obey them, and show consideration for other people's needs or wishes. In other words, they learn how to behave well in their society. Did you ever think of kids play tents as a teacher in social behavior? Yet, this is one of the most important skills our kids need to learn if they want to get along in life.


These are three major benefits of kids play tents, three reasons that make them top educational toys. Of course, there are many more. Like the versatility of their use. However, the biggest bonus of kids play tents is not alone their educational value, but the fact that they make learning fun. What else could you want for your child?

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B. Berlin is the marketing director of Family Tents World.com. To find high quality family tents, backpacking tents, canopies, screen houses, kids tents and pet shelters, visit http://www.familytentsworld.com.

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