Examples of playtime in a Sentence
She has a little playtime in the morning before she goes to school.
This isn't playtime; get to work!
The children have playtime after lunch.
Recent Examples of playtime from the Web
Since 2000, the amount of non-screen playtime in children ages 8 to 17 has fallen almost 25%.
Often this can be corrected through treats, playtime and switching to a different kibble.
This hour-long program contains 15 minutes of reading board books, singing songs, and doing movement activities, followed by 45 minutes of playtime and interaction.
But the health department ended the playtime on July 31 – even though the Munsons had received rabies-preventative shots following the discovery of the bat.
The HealthySteps program, for example, pairs a social worker or psychologist with pediatricians, so parents can receive advice on how to structure playtime or gain access to food stamps at the same time as their newborn receives immunizations.
But now that childhood playtime is rapidly shifting to screens, Lego is trying to hold on to Christiansen’s legacy.
There's a much heavier focus on reading and math, while time spent on things like art and playtime have decreased.
After announcing the limits on play, Tencent saw a dramatic increase in the number of parents linking their accounts to their children’s to monitor playtime, according to a person familiar with the situation.
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