The masters of imaginary games

The masters of imaginary games, children of the past created their own form of play that didn’t require costly equipment and parental supervision. They moved around a lot, their sensory world was nature-based and simple. In the past, family time was often spent doing chores and children had expectations to meet on a daily basis. The dining room table was a central place where families came together to eat and talk about their da, then after dinner became the centre for baking, crafts and homework.

Technology has completely changed virtually every aspect of our society over the past few decades, from the way that we work to the way we socialize and just about everything in between.

One of the differences that has been most noticeable would most certainly be the way children play and interact wiht each other from previous generations.