Entertainment is the enjoyment of activities such as reading and watching television. It also involves participating in sports, games and other recreation. Children’s entertainment centres on play and is important for their development: it prepares them for adult activities such as child rearing, teaches social interaction (through dolls and group games) and develops motor skills needed for music and sport. Entertainment can be anything from an individual choice from the now huge variety of pre-recorded products, to a banquet for two, to performances involving thousands, or even global audiences. The Collins Dictionary Online.