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    Children They Play

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    1. Mezisida

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      Aug 11,  · My children, 4 and almost 7 and We did make it almost all the way through “The Sound of Music,” skipping out just before the Nazis, but they still won’t let me play “Mary Poppins.
    2. Zulkisida

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      And in play mode, a child asks: “What can I do with this toy?”. It is during play mode that creativity, imagination, initiative, and adaptability thrive. When children are confronted by too many toys, they spend more time exploring and less time playing. Ironically, it seems that by providing fewer toys, we provide more time for play.
    3. Tot

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      Jun 12,  · Physical development: Many children choose to play through their bodies, and physical wellbeing is important for success in other domains. In sports, outdoor games, and dance, children develop strength, muscle control, coordination, and reflexes.
    4. Telkis

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      When children play catch, run, or cross hand-over-hand on a climbing structure, they are learning to use both sides of their body and both hemispheres of their brain together.
    5. Vigul

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      As children get older, they engage in board games, video games and computer play, and in this context the word gameplay is used to describe the concept and theory of play and its relationship to rules and game design. In their book, Rules of Play, researchers Katie Salen and Eric Zimmerman outline 18 schemas for games, using them to define "play", "interaction" and "design" formally for.
    6. Tagal

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      Apr 12,  · Play — or free, unstructured time in the case of older children and adolescents — is essential to the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of children and youth.
    7. Nam

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      We know play is important to young children's development, so it isn't surprising that children's play is the source of their first "pre-mathematical" experiences. Exploring the Math in Play Children become intensely engaged in play.
    8. Vudosar

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      For young children, play is often a full body activity that helps them develop skills they will need later in life. Running, dancing, climbing, rolling—these activities all .
    9. JoJorn

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      Learning through play is a term used in education and psychology to describe how a child can learn to make sense of the world around them. Through play children can develop social and cognitive skills, mature emotionally, and gain the self-confidence required to engage in .

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