“If we find things the kids are interested in and put it in three dimension, we’ve accomplished something” -Randal Duell.
1. Children use their imagination extensively when at play through the creation of role-play fantasies.
2. They are able to escape their dependent and limited role as children and venture into a world of fantasy to become free-willed, independent persons owning a sense of societal status and importance.
3. Drawing from examples they observe in books, television, and film, children can escape into fantasy roles to become pioneers, heroes, doctors, nurses, royalty, or any inspiring figure of the past, present, or future.