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pass assignment

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Nada Al Nasser

on 24 November 2013

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Transcript of pass assignment

play
by:Nada Al Nasser and
Rumeysa Ozcan.

what is play?
benefits of play.
Creative Play
Manipulative Play
Imaginative Play
Discovery Play
Play is any recreational activity performed for amusement.although children only engage in play mainly to enjoy themselves,play also contributes to the physical and mental health of that individual child.
and through play the children develop physically,cognitivally,emotionally,socially and morally.
Social Play
•Imaginative play is 'pretend' or fantasy play. The child imagines that she is someone else or an animal such as a rabbit or dog. Children imitate the ways of adults when they play in a Wendy house or play 'shopping'. Attempting to behave like someone else helps the child to understand more clearly the ways other people behave.
Creative play is when a child expresses her own ideas and feelings to make something which is original, for example, a picture, an animal in modelling dough, a house in building blocks, and so on. A young child is able to express feelings and ideas more easily by painting and drawing than by using words. As the child becomes more skilled with words, she may then be able to write a story, poem or play.
Manipulative play involves skilful use of the hands. During manipulative play the hands, eyes and brain are being trained to co-ordinate, that is, to work smoothly together. Babies become increasingly skilful with their hands as they play with rattles, soft toys and other objects. Later on, they benefit from playing with such things as modelling dough.
•Discovery play (exploring play) enables a child to find out about things: what they are like - their size, shape, texture, colour; how they are made; what she can do with them, for example playing with water or sand. The child will also discover that things can be broken, and this can help to teach her to take care of her possessions.

play has many benefits these benefits are- ~emotional benefits such as fun,relaxation and self-expression, games that can be seen as emotional benefits is dress ups,acting etc.
~cognitive developement (mental developement)
creating,imagining and problem solving games that can be seen to show cognitive developement is hangman,drawing,legos,etc.
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