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Imaginations More Active Despite Less Play Time, Study Shows

June 28, 2012 by twalker  
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Students today may have less time for free play, but new research suggests their imaginations have actually sharpened compared with children two decades ago. Children who rate highly in imaginative and emotional play are not necessarily more intelligent than other children, but they do show better coping skills, creativity, and problem solving than students who rate low on the play scale. Source: Education Week

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