As we continue with our second series How To Be Proactive, based on the book 7 Habits of Happy Kids, we will discuss that children need to explore their inner and outer worlds through unstructured time. Giving them the opportunity to occupy themselves, will help spark their imagination and creativeness. Allowing your child unstructured time will help them learn to be proactive. Let them learn to fill this time wisely and get the experience of deciding for themselves how to use unstructured time, or they may never learn to manage time later in life.
Why Unstructured Time Is Important For Your Child’s Development
Benefits of Unstructured Time
So, why do children need unstructured time? What benefit does it have? Unstructured time allows your child to show his qualities of curiosity, interests, playfulness and the confidence to explore new things. The qualities not only help them to learn but to be discouraged if something doesn’t play out right. [Read more…]This post may contain affiliate links, please review my disclosure policy .