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    Play: Play Analysis

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    allowed L to play. K usually doesn’t allow other children to join her when she is playing with another child. This is true especially when she is playing with J. This play event tells teachers that this group of children are interested in Power Rangers and Ninja Turtles. The teachers could use this interest to teach other concepts. The Power Rangers and Ninja Turtles can be used to teach about science, math, or even literature. There are books about both interests. The teachers could read these children the stories to promote literacy development. J is a master player. He initiates play, generates themes, demonstrates leadership skills, is cooperative in regards…

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    PLAY CYCLES, CUES AND FRAMES THE PLAY CUE This is the signal that the child gives that they want to play; for example a boy kicking a ball towards you. THE PLAY RETURN This is what goes back to the child after they have given the signal-the play return does not have to be a person; you kicking the ball back. THE PLAY FRAME The play frame is created by cues and returns to form completion of the play frame.(two children kicking a ball one to the other for a period of time) PLAY ANNIHILATION This…

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    The second key issues is about structured play and unstructured play. Structured is where most childcare setting will make sure that children will play while covering the seven areas of learning. It can involve in having specific aim or a learning objective like developing their fine and gross motor skills. Structured play is more organised than unstructured play as the activities are often led by the childcare practitioners. The structured play is planned by the childcare practitioners so the…

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    If there were rules where every child must get to take part in the game, then everyone would enjoy it more and less kids would quit. Jessica Statsky’s essay Children Need to Play Not Compete,” is about how damaging sports can be on children (152-157). In her essay, she cites research that explains one of “the most common reasons children give for quitting, aside from lack of interest is the lack of playing time” (154, par. 6). When a kid does not play in any games they will feel like they are…

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    The Effects of the Lack of Play on Learning: The first few years are the most crucial for brain development and research has shown that stimulating play and learning experiences for children help to build connections in the brain called neural pathways which are essential for cognitive development. Lack of these opportunities restricts the development of these pathways, slowing down or delaying learning in the short term and affecting a child’s chances in the long term. Play is one of the main…

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    Play Therapy

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    Clark, C.D (2013). Play Therapy. Rutgers University, USA. Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development. Play therapy attracts therapeutic control of play, which they are using professional therapist’s substances and care to help children with problems through play activity. Play therapy may be of importance further than the clinical setting, and conducted within parents and in preschools. Play therapy can formalize a context for children’s self-guided play, it focuses on the importance of play…

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    Intergenerational Play

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    game play were discussed in order to understand the nature of intergenerational play in games, with a focus on digital games, and the impact of playing games on negative attitudes of both the young and the elderly towards each other. We started with the studies exploring the characteristics of intergenerational interaction in gameplay and then went on to focus on research examining such interaction in leisure activities, physical and non-digital games, and finally digital games. First of all, it…

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    Organized Play

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    A few expamles on why it's important for children to be involved in organized activities, such as sports, is to teach kids dicipline, how to control their anger, and how to be a better you. Organized play is benificial for children because of these reasons. First, getting a child involved to Martial Arts at a young age, teach the child, dicipline. Dicipline is such a tough thing to teach kids the older they get. Believe me, I was one of them. I found Martial Arts at the age of 18, always…

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    This toy offers a great deal of opportunities for solitary play. Solitary play is defined as when a child is playing alone and is focused only on what they are playing with. The child can play with the key board, the various buttons, trumpet, and drum, handle, and knob alone. These aspects of the toy would also encourage the child to be very focused on the toy due to the great deal of input that will be caused when these aspects of the toy are activated. This toy also promotes solitary play…

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    classical theories of play, one of the most intriguing was introduced by the German philosopher and psychologist Karl Gross. He was responsible for developing a theory of play that rivaled that of early philosophers even those as far back as Aristotle, when he introduced the Practice or Pre-exercise theory. Gross’s theory of play is considered a rebuttal by many to the ideals of another classical theory of play The Surplus Energy Theory that was theory made famous by German philosopher and…

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