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Teachers perspectives on the benefits of play in primary school children.

Discussion in 'Primary' started by lilymilrose, Jan 7, 2012.

  1. Hi Bubbles30,
    I am carrying out a research project at the moment on pupil's perspectives of play in both reception and year 2 classrooms. I just wondered if you could send me a copy of your research project as it would be really useful to see the importance of play from teachers' perspective.
    If you could help with the research or with any reference lists you may have regarding play, I'd be extremely grateful!
    Thank you
    Lily
     

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