“The free-range child. No flash cards. No swimming lessons at three months. No hand-holding. Just a whole lot of unstructured time. A growing number of parents are espousing a radical philosophy: It’s time our children got some life skills by actually living.” That’s the byline on a recent article by Tralee Pearcein the Globe and Mail newspaper about how more and more parents are joining the Playbourhood revolution! The impetus for the article was a review of Carl Honore’s book, Under Pressure: Rescuing Childhood from the Culture of Hyper-Parenting. I reviewed it previously here. I’m happy to see that the idea is taking off! Read the article here.