The Play Activity

“What Are Children Learning When They Play blocks?”

The children would be playing blocks and sorting them then stacking the blocks.

When the children play blocks, they can learn to count how many blocks they are stacking plus the color of the blocks as they are added on.

Constructive play

This activity is constructive play. Constructive play is when children manipulate their environment to create things like stacking blocks.

Is this activity structured or unstructured?

Stacking blocks is an unstructured activity. The benefits of this activity is that they learn colors, counting, balancing and the complex of building.

Children learn a lot from sorting and stacking blocks!

Children learn about sorting, memory, balance, counting and colors when they stack the blocks.