Is all of your child’s free time taken up by electronics?
Are you looking for ways to unlock your children’s creativity?
Creative play, also known as make-believe, is just the answer.
To learn why creative play is important for children, I interview Dr. Susan Linn for this episode of the Parenting Adventures podcast.
More About This Show
The Parenting Adventures podcast is a show from My Kids’ Adventures.
It’s for parents (and grandparents) who are looking for creative things to do with their kids.
The show format is on-demand talk radio (also known as podcasting).
In this episode, I interview Dr. Susan Linn, a psychologist at Harvard Medical School and author of The Case for Make Believe and Consuming Kids.
She’s also co-founder of the Campaign for Commercial-Free Childhood and did award-winning ventriloquist and entertainment work, some of which includes the TV show Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.
Susan shares why creative play is essential to a child’s well-being.
You’ll discover how to limit screen time, encourage creative play and the types of toys that help a child express creativity.
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