Hazelwood Play Trail will be first in the city with 10 (very cool) playscapes

AUG 8, 2015 

Fred Rogers understood play as a serious teacher of valuable life lessons, calling it “the true work of childhood.”

Science today would concur. Studies in the last decade now tout what educators (and many parents) have always known to be true—that pure, unstructured fun is as important to the development of a healthy brain as a good night’s sleep and nutritious food. At any age, play nourishes our neurons and improves problem-solving skills, emotional balance and more. Read Full Article