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Play Builds Resiliency

Resiliency is described as the ability to recover quickly from difficult situations. Engaging in playful activities  has proven to build resiliency in young children. By partaking in play, children practice the skills of emotional regulation, frustration tolerance, flexible thinking, creativity and critical thinking. Practicing these skills in a safe environment, the foundation for resiliency is built and can be carried into others aspects of life such as school, social environments and ultimately adulthood.

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