Exploring working parents’ perception of learning through play of 6-8 years children
AuthorMou, Mousumi Rahman
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A child's experiences while playing create a solid foundation for their capacity to learn and develop throughout their life. Early childhood is valued highly since it provides them with the crucial experiences and knowledge they'll need later on in life. Despite the continued importance of learning through play, it is often overlooked in favor of more traditional, textbook-based methods of instruction. Active, learning through play approaches, however, has been shown to significantly improve learning motivation and outcomes for kids in the early primary grades. A child's potential for development and learning is greatly influenced by the efforts of the child's parents and family. The research looks at how parents in the workforce see and implement learning through play education for their children aged 6-8. A total of 14 working parents participated in this qualitative study. The information has been gathered from interviews and focus groups with parents. The survey found that working parents understand the importance of play in their children's education but are unsure of how to support their children's learning through play. Children between the ages of 6 and 8 who have graduated from pre-primary school are now in primary school; as a result, modifying their learning process to be centered on play can lessen school anxiety among youngsters and, eventually, create an interest in school.