The Real Play Experiment explores what happens when kids aren't given the freedom to play. The results are surprising.
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The genius peg that will tell you when to bring the washing in.
It's time to embrace a new set of ‘rules’ for children that really aren’t so new and can make a big difference to their lives.
Children explore the world using all their senses. This is how they learn, and it often results in mess. Free, messy, unstructured play has loads of benefits.
We live in a society focused on hygiene, which can hinder children’s play. It’s time to relax about dirt and grime, and all the things that come with raising adventurous, creative kids.
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Read about the experience that taught Jo to embrace dirt when it comes to her kids.
Key findings from the Dirt Is Good report on child development
When it comes to kids and real play advice, one person instantly springs to mind; Dr. Suzy Green.