4 Janeiro 2017  
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More than half of the children (51%) would like to spend more time with their parents.


The parents, in turn, say they do not have time to play with their children (49%), but that the house is a privileged place for fun and play (71%). Another evidence conveyed in the study is that more than half of parents (53%) confess that they would like to rediscover their inner child.

"The data are from the study" Play Report ", Swedish group Ikea, and were in debate at the launching ceremony of the" Right to Play "Movement, on 11/11/2016 at the Pavilion of Knowledge in Lisbon.

"Playing is a fundamental right of children and it is a duty of all of us to ensure that this principle is respected. Schools must also be playgrounds, because one learns to play a lot.

Play makes it possible to develop the most disruptive skills, such as creativity and innovation. To grow, it is fundamental to play, "said Joo Costa, Secretary of State for Education at the ceremony.

"We know that our children ask their parents for more time and that they feel guilty for not spending enough time with their children. However, sometimes we do not have to stop everything we are doing to give Attention to the little ones ", warns Cludia Domingues, director of sustainability of Ikea Portugal.

"It is enough to involve them in everyday activities, such as cooking or setting the table, in order to be able to spend quality time with the family and at the same time contribute to the development of important skills in children. Place where fun, play and family time must prevail ", exemplifies ...

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Article 31 of the International Declaration on the Rights of the Child, adopted by the General Assembly at the United Nations on 20 November 1989 and ratified by Portugal on 21 September 1990, states that "States Parties shall accord to the child the right to rest and The right to participate in games and recreational activities appropriate to their age and to freely participate in cultural and artistic life. "

Playing is essential for balance in adulthood. Playing has the four essential components of life: pretending, vertigo, luck or chance and opposition. Playing in childhood is therefore essential if we are to have balanced and able adults to cope with Challenges of the world today, "explained Mrio Cordeiro, a pediatrician."

Source: http://lifestyle.sapo.pt/familia/noticias-familia/artigos/quase-metade-dos-pais-dizem-nao-ter-tempo-para-brincar-com-os-filhos

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