If you want your kid to get a good job, let them play more — Quartz
"Helping kids play more “will equip them to be relevant to the workplace and to society,” said John Goodwin, CEO of the Lego Foundation and the former chief financial officer for The Lego Group.
"That may sound self-serving coming from a Lego executive. But research shows that play is crucial in establishing the foundations of social, emotional, and academic learning. Dressing up like Batman or building imaginary cities with blocks help young children cultivatecreativity, develop emotional intelligence and regulation (pdf), and build empathy—the very skills that robots can’t replace."
Lego? You know you want to read more. Let the children play!
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