Adults who take part in creative play as children are more likely to have a healthy diet and to take regular exercise, according to a new study.The research from the University of Ulster, which was presented at the British Psychological Society’s annual conference in Stratford-upon-Avon last week, surveyed 505 young adults about their experiences and opportunities for play during childhood.
Source: The Nursery World
Where do you stand? Do you think your lifestyle now is from what you did when you were younger?
I don’t encourage play to get these benefits but it sure is nice to know that there are knock on benefits.
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