Rock and Grow Preschool Curriculum

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Free play should be a huge part of your child’s life. It contributes to cognitive, physical, social, and emotional development. But importantly for this conversation, self-directed play increases creativity. A study of 5-6 year olds showed that preschoolers who participated in a simple 75-minute play session per week had higher verbal and graphic creativity scores at the end of the school year, and they also had better-developed creative personality traits and behaviors.

Not only is play related to greater creativity and imagination, but also to higher reading levels and IQ scores. Based on the evidence, the equation consistently comes out as play = learning. In 1974, scientist Art Fry dreamed up the idea of Post-It notes during a non-traditional work setup at 3M. 3M’s 15 percent program, launched in 1948 and extended to every employee on the technical team, allowed 3M employees to daily take a chunk of their own workday to follow whatever they are interested in. Google and Hewlett Packard also offer personal creative time—these methods seem most effective in a creative culture, where employees can present their work to each other and aim to impress.

Since free play is the natural way that children explore the world, the time children devote to daily creative play should be much, much higher. Along these same lines, don't overschedule your child. If every moment is spent in a directed activity, there’s no time to simply free play, no time to try things out on their own terms, and therefore no time to make their own new neural connections.

Brought to you by one of Neurochild’s BrainTrust, Dr. Erin Clabough at Dr Erin Clabough is a scientist, author, mother of four and part of Neurochild’s Brain Trust. She is a professor at the University of Virginia, where she researches basic brain development and teaches neuroscience. Erin is also the author of the book Second Nature: How Parents Can Use Neuroscience to Help Kids Develop Empathy, Creativity, and Self-Control.

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[ID: children running in grass with arms extended. The words "Free play is a childhood space that should be held sacred. They will never pretend with such abandon again. And it will never be as important a learning tool.” Dr. Erin Clabough is written on top of the image.]




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