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Children learn through play! Toys are fun, but toys are also great tools that help children learn. Play is critical to the healthy growth and development of children. As children play, they learn to solve problems, to get along with others and to develop the fine and gross motor skills needed to grow and learn. Doctors often use play as a means of providing therapy to children. Play helps a child develop physical skills, cognitive concepts, language skills, social skills. As parents, our role is very important in children’s play. Parents are their kids’ first and best playmates. Children are more creative when their parents are involved in their play. The best play occurs when the adult plays alongside the child, rather than just providing the toys or supervising. Becoming part of a child’s play may take practice. Some parents feel that they need to give up “childish” things and “grow up.” However, this is not true for parents. Some suggestions for joining your child’s play include: observation, follow along and be creative. These multiplication tiles are specifically made to be appealing to stimulate creativity. They can be played by child independently or with parents and peers. We hope you and your child like them and they will help your child learn multiplication facts fast while most importantly having FUN.