Recreational Play Can Be Far More Important Than Academics – Esther Entin – Health – The Atlantic

The point is obvious: playing has better chance to teach kids than sitting in a classroom learning cognitive stuff only. Play is by default multidimensional

Play is important for the emotional, social, cognitive, and physical development of children. In addition to being critical for general health and a preventative against overweight, play develops life skills for children and communication skills among peers and family members.

via Recreational Play Can Be Far More Important Than Academics – Esther Entin – Health – The Atlantic.

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