“You get to try things out with no consequences,” said Kathy Hirsch–Pasek, a child development psychologist at Temple University, who researches the benefits of play. “[Play] also allows you to wear different hats, to master social rules. That’s huge.”
The bad news, child development experts say, is that free playtime has been shrinking for children over the past three decades. So check out these five scientific benefits of play, and then break out the tinker toys. Your child’s brain might thank you.
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