Friday, June 19, 2015

Kids' play, 1940's

Elizabeth B. Hurlock.  Child Development.  McGraw-Hill, 1942, 1950.
No wonder that that generation grew up to build things.  When my kids were young, we provided them with a huge chest of wooden blocks, augmented by weird off-cuts from my shop projects. They got more play value from those blocks than from any other toys until the computer games came along.

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