More play breaks at school

“Any format that gives kids more time during school days to play outside, or simply have time for themselves, is good,” said Professor Sahlberg, whose new book, Let the Children Play, will be released in Australia this month.
“There is a big difference between that time being structured for kids and that time being unstructured, free play that kids can decide what to do. The latter is better … becauseĀ it gives children much more opportunities to figure out what to do, such as be creative, negotiate, collaborate and communicate”. www.smh.com.au/education/two-schools-have-doubled-their-play-breaks-and-parents-are-ecstatic-20190802-p52df9.html

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