Seven in Ten (70%) Canadian Parents Strongly Agree that Play is Essential for Children Everywhere to Develop Important Life Skills

While Majority of Canadian Parents Believe Play is an Important Focus for Conflict Resolution (83%) to Hygiene (56%), Children in Developing Countries Face Different Factors/Issues in Their Development

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Toronto, ON – When it comes specific aspects about play and children development, Canadian parents feel that play is a critical component needed by all children, according to a new poll conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of Right to Play. Seven in ten (70%) ‘strongly agree’ that ‘play is essential for children everywhere to help...

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Seven in Ten (70%) Canadian Parents Strongly Agree that Play is Essential for Children Everywhere to Develop Important Life Skills

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