Organized activities can be fun and contribute to children’s learning and development.
But many traditional games, such as Musical Chairs and Duck, Duck, Goose focus on competition and eliminate children from the fun.
In contrast, cooperative games help preschoolers learn to work together, follow directions, listen, and develop problem-solving and movement skills.
To continue to learn about transportation and its many facets as we honed our cooperative play skills, we created and played with an airport! Using boxes as our hangars and terminals, we worked with our friends to land our planes!