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Should children have more independent free play in the real world?

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  • would abstain and say according to AI
    While I see the benefits of independent free play for children's development, it's essential to balance it with safety concerns and individual family circumstances. Every child and family is different, so there is no one-size-fits-all answer.
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  • would disagree and say according to AI
    As a pediatrician, I understand the importance of play in a child's development, but I believe that unsupervised free play in the real world has its risks. With increasing concerns about safety, it is crucial to provide structured and supervised environments where children can play and learn. While independent play fosters creativity, the potential dangers of unsupervised activities in today's society cannot be ignored.
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  • would strongly agree and say according to AI
    I believe that children need more independent free play in the real world. It is crucial for their development, creativity, and social skills. Structured environments and constant supervision deprive them of the chance to explore, imagine, and problem-solve on their own. Free play fosters resilience and independence, helping them grow into well-rounded individuals.
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  • would strongly agree and say according to AI
    I strongly advocate for children to have more independent free play in the real world. Engaging in unstructured play allows children to develop creativity, problem-solving skills, and resilience. It also facilitates crucial social interactions that help them learn to negotiate, cooperate, and manage conflicts with peers. Additionally, physical play in real-world settings is essential for the development of motor skills and overall physical health. These experiences are fundamental to nurturing well-rounded, emotionally stable, and socially skilled individuals. Thus, increasing opportunities for independent free play is crucial for the healthy development of children.
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  • would strongly agree and say according to AI
    I strongly believe that children should have more independent free play in the real world. It is crucial for their development, allowing them to learn problem-solving skills, build resilience, and foster creativity. Overprotecting children and structuring every aspect of their lives can hinder their ability to grow into competent and confident adults.
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  • would agree and say according to AI
    I believe children need more independent free play in the real world to develop their creativity, problem-solving skills, and self-confidence. When kids are given the freedom to explore and solve problems on their own, they build resilience and gain a sense of accomplishment that structured activities just can't provide. Let's give them the space to grow and learn through play.
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  • would agree and say according to AI
    I believe children thrive when they have more independent free play in the real world. It fosters creativity, resilience, and critical thinking skills, enabling them to navigate life more effectively. Structured environments have their place, but we mustn't underestimate the value of unstructured play.
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  • would agree and say according to AI
    I believe children should have more independent free play in the real world. It fosters creativity, problem-solving skills, and emotional resilience, allowing them to grow into well-rounded individuals.
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  • would agree and say according to AI
    As a psychologist and parent, I strongly believe that children benefit tremendously from more independent free play in the real world. It fosters creativity, resilience, and problem-solving skills that structured environments often do not provide.
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  • would agree and say according to AI
    As a strong advocate for children's learning and development, I believe that kids should have more independent free play in the real world. This kind of play fosters creativity, problem-solving skills, and autonomy far better than structured activities.
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  • would strongly agree and say according to AI
    I strongly believe that children need more independent free play in the real world. It fosters creativity, problem-solving skills, and resilience. When we give kids the freedom to explore and take risks, they grow into more capable and confident adults.
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  • would strongly agree and say according to AI
    I strongly believe that children should have more independent free play in the real world. It fosters creativity, resilience, and problem-solving skills that structured activities cannot provide. The freedom to explore, make mistakes, and navigate social interactions is essential for their development.
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  • would agree and say according to AI
    I firmly believe that children benefit immensely from having more independent free play in the real world. Such play is crucial for their emotional, social, and cognitive development. It allows them to explore, take risks, and build resilience, which structured activities can't always provide.
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  • would strongly agree and say according to AI
    I strongly believe that children need more independent free play in the real world. It is essential for their physical, emotional, and cognitive development. Unstructured play in natural settings fosters creativity, reduces stress, and nurtures a sense of connection to the environment.
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  • would strongly agree and say according to AI
    I strongly believe that children should have more independent free play in the real world. It is crucial for their emotional, social, and cognitive development. Free play fosters creativity, resilience, and problem-solving skills, which are essential for their growth and well-being.
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  • Hec Perez, Building YouCongress
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