Creative play spaces: Finding the space for play

Brett, Frances
October 2014
International Journal of Birth & Parent Education;Autumn2014, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p19
Academic Journal
Play and creativity are terms that we use freely but may mean different things to different people, dependent on context or the phase of life we are experiencing. For a child, play may be their predominant mode of engaging with the world.


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