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“Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning.
But for children, play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.”
~ Fred (Mr.) Rogers

Coming later this year:
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Child's Play Magazine

Child's Play Magazine will provide inspiration and research about the importance of play to children's development and learning, as well as a wealth of reviews of games and toys,  books and films about play. We will also explore how adults can learn from their children to become more spontaneously playful. So please join some of the world's experts on the benefits of play, as well as parents and educators, as we create the best play environments possible for our children (and ourselves!).

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Choosing Toys for Babies

Choosing Toys for Babies: You may not be sure what kind of toys, or how many, your baby should have. It’s likely that you hear conflicting advice that runs from one extreme to another! It’s either: “Don’t give your baby toys; he’ll be spoiled,” to “Give your baby lots of toys; they develop her brain.” So…which is it? Both sides of this debate have valid points. A baby does indeed learn from the things she plays with, and the more things she has access to, the more she can learn. With this in mind, many parents spend a fortune buying toys; however, many toys hold a child’s attention for three or four days, only to be relegated to the bottom of the toy box. Read more of this article . . .

Outdoor Recreation With Children

Have Child, Will Get Outside: Whether you’d like to get outside right now, or are planning for your next vacation, there is no reason to let having a young child in your family stop you. Outdoor activities are a fun and inexpensive way to get your kids up and moving, avoiding the obesity epidemic, and forging life-long habits and passions. The outdoors provides a great natural learning experience, as well as unique opportunities to bond with your child without the distractions of daily life. And it doesn't have to be expensive. With a little bit of preparation, children of all ages can accompany you as you enjoy outdoor activities year ‘round. Read more of this article . . .

   

 

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