Kids all over the world want to play. It’s a natural impulse that helps them develop the skills they need to thrive — now and throughout their lives.
Play is particularly powerful when a child takes the lead, when their own interests drive an activity. That is, when adults guide without taking over or step back entirely.
You know it’s kid-powered play when your child is…
Having a good time
Moving and thinking
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