Unstructured and imaginative free play is important for children to be able to grow into happy adults.
Free play improves problem solving skills and generally makes kids smarter
yet children today have less free play time because they are participating in more structured activities and games that have established rules at younger ages.
encourage free play by turning off the electronics and creating more spaces for children to play
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