Open Ended Play

Published on: January 25, 2010

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Open ended play…it’s important. Whether it be the schedule, structure, rules, etc., we often put parameters on children’s play. Yes, children need structure, schedules, and rules – don’t get me wrong. That being said, children also need time for open ended play with open ended materials. This type of play helps develop a child’s creativity and imagination.

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