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How to design a public play space where kids practice reading and STEM skills

By Brenna Hassinger-Das, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Pace University
Jennifer M. Zosh, Professor of Human Development & Family Studies, Penn State
Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Professor of Psychology, Temple University
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A park bench can be so much more than just a place to sit and wait. Perhaps it has a puzzle built into it, or weights that allow children to make measurements.

As researchers who study the connections between play and development, we are interested in how reimagining public spaces can infuse playful learning…

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