Movement aims to revive the culture of childhood play

Scientists, psychologists, educators and others are encouraging parents to reintroduce to their children conventional, less structured playtime, which they say hones social and intellectual skills. An event last year in New York called the Ultimate Block Party and an upcoming conference on outdoor play are some of the initiatives in the campaign to promote childhood play.

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