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The Importance of Play

Curriculum by Dr. Amy Emerson

How many of you have vivid memories from childhood of playing? Often the games and activities we remember were the most simple and inexpensive, and usually time spent outdoors exploring and pretending with others creates strong memories. Playing WITH your child and giving your child the time and space to play are some of the most important things you can do as a parent! It helps you build a loving relationship together, and many important developmental skills are built during play in the first few years of life. Some examples of these skills which lay the foundation for successful adulthood are…


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