6 Reasons Why Learning Should Be Through Play

By: Jessica Loke
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I often say this quote – “If you don’t succeed, you learn. There is no fail.”

In a test or exam, a failure is exactly that. Children lose their self-esteem and morale. Parents lose their temple and confidence. But in play-based learning, it is easier to reframe failure as a lesson to be learned.

For instance, if your child loses in a game of Connect-4, he would learn not to start placing his token from the side. Or if he keeps “dying” in Minecraft from Creeper attacks, he would immediately understand that it may be better to stay indoors at night.

What other games do you know can reframe failure as lesson learned? Do share so we all can get some ideas.


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Posted on 11/09/2016

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