It is through free play that the child begins to understand the world. Before the age of three, the child develops the foundations for his later life, walking, speaking and with it the possibility of thinking, and it is from the age of three onwards that the child assimilates what he imitates through play. By playing, practice and by practicing, you learn.

Through imitation, the child is free to learn for himself and the experiences he has penetrate into the depths of his being, he is formed and receives the lesson that his experiences contain. We must preserve the strength of initiative for the rest of our lives. The best preparation for thinking is activity that allows the child to enter the world through free play. We must ensure that the child feels the happiness of making discoveries, letting him experience the wonder. In this way their talents and will develop.