Pretend Play and Brain Growth: The Link to Learning and Academic Success

Released in 2014, this Gesell booklet discusses the undeniable importance of pretend play in the growth and development of young children.  After exploring the definitions and theories of play, it examines the relevant brain research, and explains the long-term academic benefits of pretend play and executive functioning skills.  Intended for parents and educators, it includes ideas for promoting pretend/socio-dramatic play at home and in the classroom. 

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