Tuesday, August 22, 2006
Tuesday, August 15, 2006
The right to play is every child's perogative. Play is a vital and intrinsic part of young children's intellectual, social and emotional development. Yet the powers that be seem to be conspiring to eliminate all freeplay time from a child's day. Structuring every moment of a child's day with one-dimensional rote memorization tasks while neglecting play and those activities which require generation of ideas and use of imagination results in diminished learning. So go play.