Clemson University recently hosted a national Summit on the Value of Play, which I was fortunate to attend. It was exciting to witness a groundswell of what might be called the “Back to Play” movement. People from a wide range of professions, from education and child development to parks and recreation all gathered to discuss the importance of play on the health and well-being of children, adults, and society in general. The result is a series of strategies to bring play back into the lives of people everywhere at all ages. To read a report on the summit see the website, or to stay informed on the play movement check here.
Now go outside and play...Posted By Rob Layton