This is another great publication from Bright Beginnings on the importance of play in a child’s life. This one offers suggestions on enhancing a child’s play.
It is the second in a series of three, the last will be soon to follow!
“Play often is considered a
child’s work. It is even more.
It is a child’s world. Skills and
concepts learned during play
will last a lifetime. When do we
see children most happy and
growing? At play. When do
we see children at their most
creative? In play. What do
most children ask parents to do?
Come and play. Play in all
its myriad types and activities
is the cornerstone of a child’s
learning and development.
Why wait? Go out and play!”
-Sean Brotherson, Ph.D.
Family Science Specialist
NDSU Extension Service