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Create a culture of free outdoor play.

Free play is absolutely essential to a child’s mental health—when children are involved in activities that are freely chosen and directed by them, they undergo healthy psychological development.

However, children can’t play alone; they need other children to play with! By creating a community wherein free play is embraced, you not only create a safe environment for your child to explore the boundaries of free play in, you also give them friends to do it with.

What to do?
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