The Girl Who Never Learned to Play

I was perplexed, too. I knew this girl. She could read, write, and do math with stellar proficiency. I was watching her be stumped by open-ended play!

I started to feel more sure of my parenting path again. He was a child! Exploring and playing is what childhood is for.

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Neurodiverse educator, mother, and follower of Jesus. I write about my life, especially things pertaining to parenting, education, autism, and mental health.

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Beth Hankoff

Beth Hankoff

Neurodiverse educator, mother, and follower of Jesus. I write about my life, especially things pertaining to parenting, education, autism, and mental health.

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