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Jul 2, 2021

This week we talked with three guests on the idea of unstructured play for children. One of our guests, Hannah Beach, describes “unstructured play” as invented activities from the mind of a child.

Unlike adult-organized activities or technology-driven entertainment, unstructured play gives kids the opportunity to digest and make sense of their world and ultimately to grow as humans.

If opportunities for unstructured play are critical for kids’ sound mental health, are they also critical for adults?