TĀKARO | PLAY
Play is intrinsically motivated. It is spontaneous and can happen anywhere.
Play is personally directed, with no or limited adult involvement
Play is freely chosen. It is self-determined with no pre-determined outcome
Play is fun, accessible, social and challenging. It develops skills for life.
Play allows children to experience fun, joy and laughter in a way that is important to them. It’s also where they develop and practice life skills. - Sport New Zealand)
Play is important for everyone, especially children, as it is a crucial part of their physical, cognitive, social/emotional and spiritual development that can have a huge positive impact.
Phone: 06 759 0930
The United Nations Declaration of the Rights of The Child states:
“Every Child has the right to rest and leisure, to engage in play and recreational activities appropriate to the age of the child and to participate freely in cultural life and arts.”
Phone:(06) 759 0930
Location:Maratahu St, New PlymouthNew Zealand