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Einstein on Play
December 6, 2017
Forget regret, or life is yours to miss.
-Jonathan Larson

In the popular new Turn-Key DVD The Heart of Infant and Toddler Care, Rachel Robertson, Vice President of Education and Development for Bright Horizons, talks about the multiple benefits of young children's play:

"Play is really misunderstood among parents and even sometimes educators. It's really a complex form of interacting and communicating. Einstein talks about play being children's research, their laboratory.

"It's a really sophisticated form of development. Children get to do higher order thinking and synthesizing of lots of different things. It's a coming together of cognitive skills and social-emotional skills in one experience."

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The Heart of Infant and Toddler Care

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Use code HEART
when prompted.

*In stock mid January 2018.

May not be combined with any other offer.
All pre-orders are expected to ship mid January 2018.



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