- Three-quarters (74%) of parents say play has helped their child cope during the pandemic.
- More than two-fifths (43%) of parents say they struggle to juggle play alongside work and other responsibilities.
- Three fifths of UK parents (61%) say that the pandemic has given them more time to play with their children, with the same proportion reporting bonding with their child more than usual through playing together.
- COVID-19 tops the list of topics parents say their child worries about.
Two thirds (66%) of parents are concerned that the pandemic’s impact on how children play will have long-term impacts on their child’s wellbeing.