Playing in the sand is a fabulous chance for kids to have unstructured fun time. I created this digital art observing a photo. Check it out!
Either in the form of castles, dug, dripped, sifted, or buried, shore sand can take many different patterns, thus offering endless possibilities for learning and fun.
Letting your kid play in the earth, or sand helps them to improve excellent motor abilities like using a small scoop, pull a cart, or build a ditch or castle.
Pixels.com - Fine Art America
May 10th, 2015
Caito Junqueira - Caio Junqueira Netto Junior
Sommerset Velvet, Canvas
20cm x 14cm to 152cm x 101cm
$12.06 to $124.95
rolled on tube (other mediums and gifts available)
By immersing themselves in sand, and observing their body position within the surrounding sand, kids are experiencing their proprioceptive function or the understanding of their body related to space. Writing on the sand allows an opportunity to develop communication skills. Parents can make inquiries to gain more on a word-play, enjoyed while sand-playing.
Sand-playing can also assist children to develop social abilities like problem-solving, giving, and communicating. The activity offers a restricted amount of space and toys for kids to share while achieving, thus stimulating creativity and task division.