"Children learn best when they are having fun which also allows the brain to develop efficiently. 
The importance of parent child relationship has been proven in many research studies to serve as a buffer against future mental health issues."Play & Share" games have been designed to increase attachment and emotional intelligence in our children in both a playful and fun way."
Dr. Edan M. Alcalay, Psy.D. Clinical Child Psychologist

Listen to me!
As long as our children are still small, most of us indulge the illusion that we control them. We know where they are most of the time, we can tell them decisively what to do and what not to do and have the pleasant feeling that everything is under control.
The “problem” is that time goes by, children grow, and our ability to influence them diminishes. 

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Developing Self-Confidence
Most of us believe that self-confidence is necessary to ensure success in almost any endeavor. Self-confidence is a congenital trait. We’re all born bursting with it.
Unlike many other traits and abilities that we acquire along the way, self-confidence is one of the only traits we actually lose. All 10-year-old kids are a little (or a lot) less self-confident than when they were 3 months old.
  
Why is sharing important?
The most obvious benefit of sharing is a deeper acquaintance between people, or in our case between parents and children. We all want to know as much as possible about our child’s experiences throughout the day.
However, there are other, significant and highly important benefits to children development and to bolstering their self-confidence.

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