Recent studies point to the positive outcomes associated with play. Kids tend to fidget less and pay better attention in the classroom when they...

Recent studies point to the positive outcomes associated with play. Kids tend to fidget less and pay better attention in the classroom when they have breaks for recess, and local lawmakers see recess as a way to tackle Georgia’s high rate of childhood obesity

Source: WUGA

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