Free Play: A Valuable Tool for Developing the Whole Child

I have already written and turned in chapter 1 for this paper (attached above). Therefore, I am in need of a completed literature review, following the outline attached above. The outline can be edited as needed. The largest part of the review should consist of evidence-based strategies for play in early childhood. These strategies should offer parents and teachers examples of how to use play as a means for child development.
Please try to use the following references, if possible. While also adding new references.

Please cite information from https://www.naeyc.org/resources/topics/play

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Ali, E., Constantino, K. M., Hussain, A., & Akhtar, Z. (2018, October). THE

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