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  • Many have a nostalgic view of the 1950s. On the surface, this decade beamed with prosperity with new homes, automobiles and appliances. Yet, under this decade’s shiny appearance, many felt pressure to conform to societal norms.

  • Play is powerful!

    Play is not meaningless. Play is an outlet for imagination and wonderment. Play is not a luxury. It stimulates new ideas, enriches important skills and sparks joy through understanding. Play utilizes the senses as a pathway to see and connect to the world. It is a bridge from “what is” to “what if.” Play helps us adapt to the ever-changing world around us.

  • Examine the 1960s with a focus on pop culture.

  • The 1940s left our country forever changed. Synonymous with war, the decade shook Americans to the core – kindling a national effort of selfless sacrifice from all Americans.

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