Skills for the Job: Alternatives to screen play

Carol Iddon
Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Overuse of screen-based entertainment can hinder children's development and wellbeing so alternatives should be encouraged.

Fieldtrips and outdoor learning can expose children to a wide range of experiences. Picture: Lucie Carlier
Fieldtrips and outdoor learning can expose children to a wide range of experiences. Picture: Lucie Carlier

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