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What young children learn through play

@article{Brotherson2009WhatYC,
  title={What young children learn through play},
  author={S. Brotherson},
  journal={NDSu Extension Circular},
  year={2009}
}
  • S. Brotherson
  • Published 2009
  • Psychology
  • NDSu Extension Circular
  • Children love to play. They enjoy trucks, blocks, dolls, balls, dress-up clothes, puzzles and other toys. Play time provides children with opportunities for learning. In fact, play is really the most important way that children learn about the world around them. Play helps children to grow and develop in many ways. At times, parents might worry that children are “just playing” and not learning things they need to learn. Structured guidance and teaching of young children is essential; however… CONTINUE READING
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