Wednesday, 11 March 2009

Why Play is Important

I was reading a wonderful blog by @blameras which reminded me of living in the woods.

I was dirty that weekend, leaves and twigs in my hat and dirt under my fingernails. I'm sure there were slug trails on the sleeping bag too!

I'll leave it up to The Grass Stain Guru to explain more fully why kids (and big kids!) need to play.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for the shout out, and love hearing about your memories. Play is so important to us all, especially in tough times. Its power to restore & recharge is amazing.

    Cheers- Bethe


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