5 undertakings for solitary play?

Since children from 0 - 2 at the most are in solitary play, they are going to play on their own with no matter what you grant them. However if they are older, they can do a puzzle, read a book in book corner, engage within sensory experiences (smelling things in jars or containers like flowers, candles, fruit etc), draw, or play near blocks on their own. There really aren't any 'solitary' activities above age 2, as children are wanting to interact with each other, and it's incited they play with others. Children are learning to form friendship and develop their social skills. Children will only play by themselves if they want to.

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