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The Play Cycle – Evidence of Empirical Research to support Playwork Theory and Practice / Peter King

Children and Childhood Network: Power of Play Conference 2021

Swansea University Author: Peter King

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The results from four studies undertaken on adults understanding of the Play Cycle were presented

Published in: Children and Childhood Network: Power of Play Conference 2021
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