Infographic on Science Behind Imaginative Play

science behind imaginative play

Infographic on science behind imaginative play

  • Experiments by Ruffman et al. (1993) highlighted the scientific reasons behind preschooling and its benefits
  • NSTA (National Science Teachers Association) affirms that preschool education ignites students’ curiosity.
  • Pre-school learning aids in student exploration and helps them understand the world around them.
  • Play activities improve the bond between the child and the parents. They also help in stress management

With Montessori  Education                             

  • Education and learning is self-led                                      
  • Focus is on nurturing children’s absolute potential

  Without Montessori Education

  • Teacher-driven
  • Focus on relative performance

Engage all senses

  • Brain-building activities to refine a child’s cognitive and linguistic skills.
  • By utilizing the five senses, children develop skills to strengthen core muscles and extend imagination.


  • Positive peer interactions. Free play ignites curiosity and imagination.
  • Joy helps to improve health, sleep, appetite, and fosters a healthy mind.
  • Reduces screen-time exposure


  • Meaningful rewards encourage your children
  • They motivate children to repeat positive behaviors


  • Every student Is capable of deep concentration amidst the right environment.
  • Children are calmer as they practice-focused learning at preschool


  • Children play based on their interests instilling a sense of independence.
  • Improves children’s skills naturally, not forced by anyone. 


  • Students learn how to perform critical tasks appropriate for their ages.
  • They make connections and adapt the situations based on their strengths.

More responsible 

  • Guided lessons help toddlers become autonomous
  • Students learn how to be more responsible for their work.

Reduce anxiety

  • Students develop skills to cope better with anxiety
  • The child becomes better at dealing with social anxiety.

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