Learning resilience through playtime

02/18/2013 | KQED.org

Allowing children to have time for "free play" is key to helping them become successful adults, according to Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg, an author and pediatrician at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. This blog post describes Ginsburg's seven characteristics of resilience and suggests that unstructured play is the self-learning method children use to develop them.

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