Explain the Innate Drive for Children to Play

1.1 Explain the innate drive for children to play
Play is important for children’s development and it help them to explore their world outside of what they feel or hear. Play help children’s to learn and develop their skills, Play is also important and support different areas   of   their   development.   Children’s learn   things   like   soft   and hard   objects,   it   also   develop   their   muscles   for   easy   movement.   The play work principle (2006) state, all children and young people need to play the impulse to play is innate, Play is a biological, psychological and social necessity, and is fundamental to the healthy development and well being of individual and communities. “ Bob Hughes ( 2006), a play worker and play theorist, has defined sixteen play types, including creative, dramatic, exploratory, fantasy, locomotors, mastery, role, rough and tumble, social, socio-dramatic, symbolic, deep ( extremely risk) and recapitulative ( ritual) play. That this description indicates a relevance to the social, physical, intellectual, creative and emotional development and outcome of the foundation stage,(www.standards.dfes,gov.uk/eyfs).     Children increase their social competence and emotional maturity, play help them to communicate and learn to socialize with each others, and sharing with their friends.   Children’s enjoy play; they develop gross and fine motor skills.
2.1   identify the rights of children in relation to play
Children have right to play “The UN convention of children’s rights. The convention sets out in a number of statements, called articles, the rights of all children and young people up to age of 18.
This includes Articles 31, the right to engage in play and recreational activities.
Article 31 --- Children have the right to rest and go for sport, and to engage in play and recreational activities appropriate to the age of the child and to take part in cultural life and arts.
The state parties shall respect and promote the right of...