By Erica Patino
For some kids, recess is the highlight of the school day. It’s a chance to play, exercise and have fun with friends. But recess can be socially hard for kids with learning and attention issues.
Erica Patino is an online writer and editor who specializes in health and wellness content.
Laura Tagliareni, Ph.D., is a pediatric neuropsychologist in New York City and a clinical instructor at NYU Langone Medical Center.
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