Learning through play

Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Children should have more time to enjoy play-based learning. When children have the whole world to explore, we childcare workers should be encouraging them to ask questions and try out things for themselves. In this country it seems that no sooner have children learned to walk and talk, that we are telling them they need to sit down and listen. Liz Cooper, Darwen, Lancashire 5 February

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