Play-based learning is of great significance in the growth and development of a child. The learning approach can improve a child's emotional, social, mental, and physical strength. For physical development, activities such as running, jumping, ball games, and climbing involving the use of large and small muscles can support a child's overall health, physical growth, sense of well-being, and appreciation of the advantages of active lifestyles. The emotional and social development involves exciting and imaginative activities such as dressing up and role play. As a result, children develop positive social and emotional values and skills. Additionally, children are provided an opportunity to develop self-confidence and practice how to associate themselves with other children. Play-based learning also plays a major role in boosting the mental capacity of children. When children play among themselves, there is a significant increase in their cognitive skills, such as thinking, paying attention, and remembering. Some of the mental skills that they learn include solving problems, imagining and being creative, concentration, and resilience.