Play for Life Mrs. Velyk's class

Games, toys, and sports connect people of any age, gender, ability, and nationality. Play is universal. It is used for entertainment, health, emotional and physical therapies, fine and gross motor development, and social skills. Play develops imagination, creativity and problem-solving skills. It encourages language development and stimulates brain activity. Play promotes healthy lifestyles and balance.

At any age, play has significant physical and emotional benefits.
Role playing is the earliest form of play for children.

Shouldn't all children have a stimulating and inviting place to play? We think so. This is our hope.

What can we do to make traditional playgrounds more accessible to students with unique needs (wheelchairs, casts and crutches, fear of climbing, games and music-lovers

How cool would a rock wall be on the side of the school? VERY!

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Created with images by benfulton - "Toybox" • donnierayjones - "Smothered in Stuffed Animals" • lori05871 - "Joanna helps Aidan make it all the way across the slider." • anitrabutler - "playground handicapped accessible wheelchair"

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