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  • Kids should learn

    The first thing kids go to school for is to learn but that doesn't mean they can't play there is all kinds of fun things they can do there is art p. E music library and they can go to reses so just because they need to learn doesn't mean they can't have fun.

  • Kids should learn

    The first thing kids go to school for is to learn but that doesn't mean they can't play there is all kinds of fun things they can do there is art p. E music library and they can go to reses so just because they need to learn doesn't mean they can't have fun.

  • Im a schoolchild and i want to play

    It gives exersize to other kids because we want to be strong and healthy not a nerd and boring and sad and our parents glad we are NERDS. That is wrong even for me and other nerds im coool i don't nerd alot it sucks trust me bye bye peoples.

  • It Helps Mental Health

    When kids o to learn and play, It opens their minds to new surroundings and new things. It also helps the brain develop when around others because you learning about new cultures and different people. Not only are you learning more, But it also expands your vocabulary and mental health as a whole, When you become engaged as a child it helps your brain function better since your constantly energized and happy. Unlike a child who does not socialize with different people, They tend to be dull and less open. This also is based on the child's performance. Also, At home. If his parents disregard him and treat him anyhow, The child will project the same energy to others

  • The premise of this question is wrong

    This is not a yes or no question and it presumes that kids in school can either learn or play. How about BOTH? Kids, In fact, Tend to learn more from play than sitting in a classroom (especially boys). The tragedy is that schools have begun to take away recess time in favor of more class time. That is a mistake. That is where a lot of the behavior problems are coming from. Kids need a chance to get their energy out, To explore, To create, To get hurt, To get back up, And to APPLY what they learn in the classroom.


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