The Power of Play

The Power of Play

While parental involvement is key to great playtime experiences, parents shouldn't feel a need to join in every aspect of their child's play. In fact, active time spent alone or with peers is an equally important part of a child's development. (Photo Credit: Sienna Wildfield)

Whether it’s a family checkers tournament or an afternoon spent examining anthills in the backyard, play is an integral part of a happy, healthy childhood. Parent-choice.org has put together a collection of articles and essays to offer a starting point for exploring how children play and how powerful play can be.  Click HERE to read more.

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