Removing Barriers in Play to Include All Children (Early Childhood Investigations)
Play is the heart and heartbeat of early childhood programs, and it’s our job to offer environments and opportunities for healthy play. If all children are going to play, we need to make sure that we address barriers that may otherwise prevent some children from playing. These barriers can be physical, informational, attitudinal, or cultural in nature. Focusing on independence in play can result in children who are outside the norm of a group of children in terms of ability or culture feeling left out.
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