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Role of Play in Child Development. By: Neelima. Play. Is an activity for amusement. Play. Intrinsically motivated Pleasurable Actively engaged. Play.

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Play

Is an activity for amusement

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Play

Intrinsically motivated

Pleasurable

Actively engaged

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Play

Through play, they learn about themselves and the world around them. What all they see, hear, and feel makes sense to them. Their brains and bodies are ready to learn.

(Sensory Integration International 1991)

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Representational

skills and concept

development

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Logical classification

    • Sort by features
    • Putting things away by shape and size
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Language Development

through

Social Interactions

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Play helps children understand

Concepts of fairness and competition.

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Exploratory Play

Children are able to actively explore materials and environments

Develop sense of accomplishment and independence

Examples:

-Running fingers through sand or water

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Constructive Play

Child uses objects or materials to create a representation of something

Symbolic thinking and elements of pretend

Hands on experiences

Examples:

-building a fort with blocks

-building a sand castle

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Dramatic Play

Child uses objects, actions, and language

to create imaginary roles and situations

Connection between real and pretend

Emotional outlet, creativity development

Examples:

Enacting a story/drama

Puppets

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Solitary Play

  • Independent activities
  • Early form of play
  • Teaches children to be creative
  • and amuse themselves
  • Development of independence
  • Examples
  • -Puzzles
  • -Lining up toys
  • -Dolls
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Parallel Play

  • Children use similar toys or engage in similar activities but do not play together
  • Child will notice what other child is doing and may mimic what they see
  • Can help child understand that everyone is different and everyone has their own ideas and way of doing things
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Associate Play

  • Children engaging in similar, somewhat organized activity
  • May talk about what they are doing, share toys and ask questions
  • Teaches child to share and ask questions
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Cooperative Play

  • Two or more children interacting with one another toward a common purpose
  • Different roles and responsibilities,
  • contributions made by all
  • Child learns to work together, share roles, compromise, cooperate, etc.
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Free Play

  • Muscular development
  • Control of large muscles, fine motor skills
  • Eye-hand coordination
  • Problem solving and creative thinking
  • Therapeutic value
  • Opportunities for self talk
  • Development of self-confidence
  • Learning cooperation and values