When do we stop playing with rocks?

kids playing with rocks
Walking home from the gym i noticed two cups filled with rocks. Children where playing with rocks.


kids playing with rocks
Kids playing with rocks (or sand, dirt, sticks, sea shells, etc) is one of the oldest ways children could use their imaginations.


kids playing with rocks
As i walked another 30-40 feet past the cups, i turned and captured one last photo, inspired by the dilapidated basketball net.


When do we stop playing with rocks?

Maybe 2nd or 3rd grade?



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