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Play Without Toys

Cynthia Jaggi


As children, we have an innate sense of the importance of play. We spend hours immersed in seemingly simple games that actually help us to learn and grow, and according to the toy free kindergarden studies we may do it even better when there are no toys around.

In contrast, as adults living in the Information Age, it’s easy to feel that every minute has to be for a very specific result.

What if, just for a few minutes, you let go of that sense of needing to “get things done” and allowed yourself to really play?

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