By Beverly Willet
Finding the time to play may no longer be child’s play for today’s kids.
According to the newsletter, Viewpoints on Parent-ing, play appears to occupy less and less of children’s time.
While parents are "dressing down" on casual Fridays, children are leading more structured lives with less time for play.
Parents and schools today often expect children to achieve more at increasingly earlier stages of their lives. Even kindergarten...
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