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"What do play experiences do for child growth? If a child can have a really full wholesome experience with play, he will be having the most wholesome kind of fun that a child can have. For a child to have fun is basic to his future happiness. His early childhood play may become the basic substance out of which he lays down one of his life patterns, namely, not only that one can have fun but that one can create fun...."
Bank Street College of Education
play, early childhood education, progressive education, imagination
Educational Methods | Educational Psychology | Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education
Biber, B. (2015). Play as a Growth Process (1951). Bank Street College of Education. Retrieved from http://educate.bankstreet.edu/thinkers/9