Learning Through Tinkering

via NYTimes:

Before the Industrial Revolution really kicked into high gear, people had to know how to do everything, from navigating routes to preserving food, building homes to sewing clothes. You couldn’t head to the nearest supermarket or mall, you had to figure out how to make it, catch it, build it or grow it. For contemporary kids used to streaming video, play dates and even drone delivery, it’s illuminating to learn about this. And it’s not something easily — or typically — conveyed through grade school homework.

I’m loving these thoughts and the book, 50 Dangerous Things (You Should Let Your Children Do) sounds amazing (I got my copy and can’t wait to walk through them all)!

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