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PLUSA's role is to support those interested in implementing Dr.
's respectful approach to caring for children ...
Co-founded by Joan Almon in 2009, The U.S. Play Coalition is an international network of individuals and organizations that promotes the value of play throughout life. Membership is free ...
The phrase 'Play Is In The Child, Not The Toy' encapsulates the idea that
sprouts from the player's interests, curiosity, and knowledge of the world, and not from ...
In Power Play, children play at wielding imagined power ("I'm Spiderman") or place their real power ("watch how fast I can run to the trees") on display ...
is play involving physical objects like blocks, sticks, socks, dolls, balls, swings,
, water, and everything else children can get their hands on ...
In early learning settings, Loose Parts Play refers to play with environmental variables ...
The Home School Legal Defense Association is the nation’s largest, most trusted homeschool advocacy organization ...
is the ability to preform a task, activity, or behavior without thinking about each step in the process. Automaticity tends to result from repetition, practice, and learning. Children have ...