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Play important in brain development, expert says

10:24 PM, Mar. 2, 2013
Playtime is just as important to early childhood brain development as proper nutrition, says Deborah McNelis, an early childhood brain specialist.
Playtime is just as important to early childhood brain development as proper nutrition, says Deborah McNelis, an early childhood brain specialist.
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Playtime is just as important to early childhood brain development as proper nutrition, says Deborah McNelis, an early childhood brain specialist.

McNelis will discuss the best forms of play for children as they develop, along with the importance of speaking and interacting with children, during a free presentation Tuesday at Fox Valley Technical College in Grand Chute. It will be the final speech in the Appleton Education Foundation's sixth annual Community Education program.

McNelis is the owner of Braininsights, a company that sells packets of age-appropriate activities for ...

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