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How did movement become trivialized? How did testing become the only measure of a child’s success? We must allow for whole child development.

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Teachers and Admin undergo three full-day trainings to help shift daily procedures

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Implement four 15-minute outdoor, unstructured play breaks every day in the schools

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Positive Action® 15-minute character curriculum lessons every day in the schools

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District leadership discussions throughout each year to create sustainable change

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LiiNK School

Improve the health, character and attention span of your students. Inspiring innovation and creativity in your students will allow them to be more effective in the classroom.

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Deborah Rhea, Ed.D.

Get the book that sparked a movement.

Finland is an educational superpower, despite breaking almost every “rule” we Americans think we know about education. Wrong Turns, Right Moves in Education (Archway, 2019) investigates the differences in these systems, advocating for an educational model that focuses on quality over quantity and the social emotional growth of children through play.

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January 13, 2021

The LIINK Project

LiiNK students would never miss a chance to play in Texas "snow"! Share you favorite pictures from the weekend in the comments below! #tculiink #liinkproject #playmorelearnmore ...

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December 18, 2020

The LIINK Project

Double tap if you agree! #tculiink #liinkproject #PlayMoreLearnMore #play #nature ...

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December 8, 2020

The LIINK Project

LiiNK was recently featured in the Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences Research Newsletter. Check out the segment below! #tculiink #liinkproject #PlayMoreLearnMore ...

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December 1, 2020

The LIINK Project

We are excited to share our newest publication with you! It’s a great read on the differences between 30- and 60-minutes of recess and unstructured play. Link in comments! ...

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November 23, 2020

The LIINK Project

Happy Monday! How did you PLAY this weekend?! ...

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October 29, 2020

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December Play by Play Newsletter: https://www.canva.com/design/DAEOXe0AJA0/bccfJnyusLkifOuZqDw6uA/view?utm_content=DAEOXe0AJA0&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_source=publishsharelink

Our newest publication is now live! Curious about the differences between 30- and 60-minutes of play and what unstructured recess offers? Click to read: https://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/17/23/8919

#playmorelearnmore #liinkproject #tculiink

Now more than ever, kids need time to play. Whether it's scheduled or not, the ability to play is essential for a child's development. After all, play is a necessity.

TCU Gives Day is 10/27-28! If you can give during this challenging time, this is a great opportunity to make a meaningful impact on the lives of children.

- Visit http://tcugivesday.tcu.edu
- Click Make a Gift
- Under Gift Designation select Other
- Indicate to submit gift to LiiNK

The Play by Play, our newsletter, is live! Click the link below to check it out. If you want to receive our newsletters, sign up on our website (bottom of home page), or send us a message with your email address! #PlayMoreLearnMore #liinkproject #tculiink

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"Several Texas schools tripled recess time & it has been helping the growing #ADHD problem" #KeepMoving #SchoolMoves http://ow.ly/6EgE309JhhJ