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Category Archives: the importance of play
It is my very humble opinion that much of our world’s current malaise is due to what Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods, coined as “Nature Deficit Disorder”. Getting out in nature has always been an experience … Continue reading
There’s a great Picnic Table Talk this week about Your Child’s Imagination over at ABC’s and 123’s Learning Cooperative. Aside from all the “educational” type activities we do over here, promoting my children’s imaginations has been very important to me. … Continue reading
Because I’ve been inspired by Ph.D in Parenting’s Carnival of Play, I’m posting some of the neatest little free printables I found for pretend play and adding some of my own ideas. One of the girls favorite pretend play scenarios … Continue reading