A Tale Of Two Playgrounds

Over the years, observing my own children and reading books and articles about play has led to some new ideas. Play is what children do when their time is not being organized by adults. It is essential for children’s development. It is not a time when care-giving is absent. However, it is a time when children control and manipulate their world into imagined environments. They set their own agendas and make up the roles. So the design of a playground …


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