Associative Play Case Study

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The implementation of PERMATA Early Childhood Care and Education as such exists and a special opportunity will be given to children under 5 years of quality early learning experiences in an organized and fun environment. This is based on the fact that children 0-4 years old are the most important to be given the opportunity to go through the process of their development in the best way possible. As an asset for the country's future, they must go through a systematic plan, focus and holistic in nature from the time they are born until they enter school, and this would be in line with the national strategy implemented in other countries where an
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Your child has started to socialize with other children. This play is sometimes referred to as “loosely organized play.” Associative play helps your pre-schooler learn the do's and don'ts of getting along with others. Associative play teaches the art of sharing, encourages language development, problem-solving skills and cooperation. In associative play, groups of children have similar goals. They do not set rules, although they all want to be playing with the same types of toys and may even trade toys. There is no formal organization (Anderson-McNamee et al., …show more content…
Dance is high energy and raises the heart rate to improve fitness and stamina. In an age of computer games and the internet it’s important to get children active. Not all children will enjoy more competitive or single sports, they may be more sensitive or of a creative nature where dance can really help. Dance also helps with muscle tone and flexibility when more technical styles are studied at an older age.

Dance is great fun and helps children gain confidence.

With the repetition of routines, warm ups and exercises children start to know what comes next, they learn the moves and feel confident with their achievements. As long as the sessions are all engaging at an early age and ability selected at an older age children feel confident within class and are allowed to flourish and shine.

Dancing helps with co-ordination and gross motor skills.

Learning how to move arms and legs at the same time but doing different things is a great co-ordination skill to achieve.

8 key motor skills that children will learn by

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