Why is it so important to integrate parents in children's games?

In order to develop through games, children need time to play alone, with companions of their age but also with adults.

Solitary games enables children to travel in a fantasy world that he alone controls and promote independence. Those with friends give them the chance to learn to interact with other people, learn to compromise and be stimulated in different interests of theirs.
And why parents take such a prominent place in their games? Parents must upgrade to their child - literally and figuratively - to open their mind to his universe. It enables them to observe and to better know their child's interests, skills and small challenges. Take time to stop and play with your child make him feel important to you. Moreover a child can feel insecurity preventing him from exploring the world outside and becoming independant. Playing with your child has a direct impact on his self confidence.

Laure Ménissier