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Play and Connection

This may be one of the most amazing videos I have ever seen. Play is so important for our children (and adults too!) and often overlooked. Play can be simple, real, unstructured, interactive, cooperative, and imaginative. Play is important for leaning, problem solving, and cognitive development. Have fun playing!


https://www.ted.com/talks/molly_wright_how_every_child_can_thrive_by_five/up-next#t-441795


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