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How to share role of Teachers & Parents in Play Skip

Play activities are intrinsically motivating for children, who remain happily oblivious to the wealth of developmental benefits that play provides. Parents and teachers demonstrate an awareness of the importance of play in children’s development by providing opportunities, encouragement and new perspectives. Parents and teachers assume distinctive roles in supporting children’s…

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How To Play Piaget’s Cognitive Stages of Play Skip

Jean Piaget’s cognitive stages of play are categorized into three broad categories. In addition, you may be surprised to learn that it starts at birth. That’s right — from day one, your little bub is growing and changing in ways you probably never imagined. According to Piaget, children’s biological maturity…

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Is Children Resistant to School and Wants to Play Skip

Five-year-old children are typically full of imagination and creativity. While some kids love the interaction a school setting offers, others might not respond well to rules and restrictions. If your little one is a free-as-a-bird type who simply loves to play, the structure of a school might cramp his spirit….

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