Articles About Entertaiment
Something affording pleasure, diversion, or amusement: A dinner party or ball is a form of entertainment. Something that delights or excites the imagination: A movie or opera are entertaining.
Children’s entertainment is often centred on play and is important for their cognitive, social and motor development. It can mimic adult activities such as watching performances (on television or elsewhere) and playing games; it can also prepare them for responsibilities like child rearing and social interaction through the use of dolls, pets and group games.
The story of Scheherazade, the Persian professional storyteller who saved her own life by telling stories, is a prime example of how entertainment can inspire other forms of art, such as music, film and video games.