1. When you’re planning a tea party, you can’t be acting like a fighter pilot. You have to be acting like a lady having a tea party. So pretending is one of the earliest types of exposure most kids get to planning and organizing their actions. And the more you practice that, the better you’re going to be at it.

    — Two neuroscientists explain how playtime actually can help you immensely later in life.

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