Children’s lives are overscheduled now more than ever before and all those activities are taking a bite out of their free playtime. By shortchanging playtime, children miss out on emotional, social, physical, and cognitive benefits.
In some...Read more
Report says 99 per cent which took part in study did not allocate enough playtime for schoolchildren, which can be detrimental to their reflexes in the long run.
A study has found that less than 1...Read more
As discussed in part 1, children’s play is an instinctive and natural phenomenon. As such, it has vast, many-varied possible manifestations. Yet what does this actually mean?
From birth, a baby wants to interact: initially with...Read more
Playing is a natural part of human growth. Presently, playtime is on the wane for many kids today. Nationwide numerous surveys have found that in the U.S., recess time—even for kindergarten aged kids — is...Read more