You hear it everywhere… ‘You should set up an intentional play space for your child.’ But what exactly does that mean? An intentional play space is an environment filled with invitations to play.
We’ve all seen an older sibling hug the baby a little too hard. We’ve witnessed a weary parent’s unsuccessful attempts to referee yet another round of, “He stole my toy!”
In the secret tents of blankets with flashlights, stuffies, and a few favorite books, children can escape to other lands, friendships, and victories. Most of all, in these simple and whimsical reading places, this is where children fall in love with reading.
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