Entertaiment For Children


Entertaiment means amusement or recreation, but it may have more serious implications, as in satire, religious festivals and ceremonies, or public education. Children’s entertainment is significant to their growth because it imitates adult activities (such as watching performances on television); prepares them for adult responsibilities such as child rearing or social interaction (through play with dolls, pets and group games); or develops skills required for certain entertainments, such as musical instrument playing or sports. Entertaiment can range from a private experience (choosing from the enormous array of pre-recorded products on offer), through banquets adapted for two, parties of any size, or performances for thousands.