Why Children Must Play to Learn

Christopher Perrin

We can all plainly see that children love to play. If you are honest with yourself, don’t you like to play too? In previous centuries, parents were content to let their children romp and play for hours every day, and no doubt some of the most deeply-retained lessons of life were derived from play, adventure, …

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About

Christopher Perrin, a former homeschooling father, is the CEO and publisher at Classical Academic Press. He is a recognized national leader, author, and speaker for the classical education movement. Christopher serves as a consultant to classical Christian schools and homeschool co-ops in the United States and overseas. He is the director at the Alcuin Fellowship and is the vice chair of the Society for Classical Learning. His countless articles and lectures are also widely used throughout America and the English-speaking world.

Christopher received his Ph.D. in Apologetics from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, his M.Div. from Westminster Theological Seminary in California, and a BA in history from the University of South Carolina. He was also a special student in literature at St. Johns College in Annapolis. He has taught at Messiah College and Chesapeake Theological Seminary.

Christopher is the author of the books An Introduction to Classical Education: A Guide for Parents, The Greek Alphabet Code Cracker, and Greek for Children, and co-author of the Latin for Children series available from Classical Academic Press.

Classical Academic Press brings to market across the globe classical, creatively-taught textbooks and media such including Latin, Spanish, French, logic, writing & rhetoric, poetry, and Bible curricula (among other subjects), as well as classical education resources and teacher training for homeschools and schools. Christopher has a passion for classical Christian education and a love for truth, goodness, and beauty wherever it may be found.