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Social skills and thinking skills both develop through playing together with others. Group play lets children be dramatic, plan and rehearse roles, see alternatives to situations, build peer relationships, understand other perspectives, negotiate and cooperate, and experience success because they’ve created play that works for their needs. Adults can support social play at home and at the Museum by joining in with play, adding props to expand play, and organizing activities that encourage social interaction.


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