The interaction of a child with the outside world occurs according to different principles than that of adults. While the finished product is essential for most of them, children think and perceive the world around them differently. Although exercises, such as games, help children develop motor skills, children do not set this as a task. They just experience the process, enjoying the action. Through physical interactions, the child learns the world around them, gaining skills to study the world in even more detail. Therefore, the process itself is much more critical here.
In this context, the most fulfilling activity for children is creative. Creative actions have several characteristics. First of all, they are often focused on the process, which is especially important for children. Secondly, children do not need to follow the example of adults, achieve any specific tasks, imitate some previously learned process. Thirdly, in this way, the degree of self-confidence in children increases, since they do something on their own, without the supervision and guidance of adults, make decisions and explore the world on their own. Through creative, voluntary movement, the complete assessment of the world occurs since the child receives their own experience based on the trial-and-error method. No amount of imitation can have a similar impact since there are no rules in the creative process. Children are free to do what they want.
It is in this case that the most productive results in terms of child development are achieved. This argument is the main reason why such tactics of communication and child-rearing should prevail. The task of the teacher, in this case, is only to provide conditions and materials, as well as to create an environment for creative development. Intervention in the process should be minimal, only to prevent negative consequences. A great example of such a process would be using some kind of artistic material, such as paint or crayons. There are no rules regarding their use; children can create whatever they want while developing motor skills, studying materials, and interacting. In this case, of course, the end result will not make any sense, but all the benefits of this lesson lie in the process itself. Using these and similar tactics will be far more beneficial to the child than strictly teacher-regulated activities.