Why Play = Learning: A Challenge for Parents and Educators

@inproceedings{Golinkoff2006WhyP,
  title={Why Play = Learning: A Challenge for Parents and Educators},
  author={R. Golinkoff and K. Hirsh-Pasek and D. Singer},
  year={2006}
}
Below them the lown was laid QuI in harsh angular patterns. The houses in the OU1skins were all exactly alike. small square boxes painled gray.... In front of all the houses children were playing. Some were skipping ropes. some were bouocing balls. Meg fell vaguely that ~omelhing was wrong with lheir play.... "Look!" Charles Wallaee said suddenly. "The)"re skipping and bouncing in rh)'thm! Everyone's doing il at exaetl)' the same moment." This wos so. As the s1cipping rope hit the pavemenl, so… Expand
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