What are you doing for the International Day of Play? Don’t let this holiday going by without a celebration. It’s a fun, yet important, reminder of the advantages of being active of taking time to have fun – to work to live and not live to work. Those are some important lessons for adults and kids. And your kids (be them students, offspring, nieces, nephews or neighbors) will remember the time you took for fun.
Not sure what you’d do to celebrate? Nick has a whole website dedicated to the effort. You can learn about what they have planned for New York City. Or check out their Top 10 Ways to Play tip sheet. Or turn off the computer, the smartphone, the tablet and ask a kid.
Or think back to the games you loved as a kid and help today’s generation go retro with a wicked game of Steal the Flag or Red Rover!