The Lost Art of Imaginative Play: Why It’s Important
By Deborah Brooks
With Family Day just about upon us, I’ve been thinking about activities at home that can aid family relationships while creating tangible benefits for kids. It isn’t always easy to keep kids active indoors, but the solution is within your reach. The best part? It will decrease screen time and reduce childhood stress.
It’s all about imaginative play; some call it open-end play. Sounds too simple to be true? Here’s steps to increase imaginative play so you reap the benefits.