Two of the most popular posts on this blog in recent years were written by a pediatric occupational therapist on the importance of play and the consequences of not allowing children to get up and move during their school day.

The decline of play in preschoolers and the rise in sensory issues,” and “Why so many students can’t sit still in school today,” were both by Angela Hanscom, who is back with a new piece questioning emerging plans for reopening school buildings closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.