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Benefits of physical play

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doreen clark

on 19 November 2018

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Transcript of Benefits of physical play

Now catergorise your findings into:
Physical
Sensory
Social
Emotional
Intellectual
Moral
Creative
Communication/Language
Case Study
Jerome is 4 years old and an 'only child' and lives at home with his mum. Home is a flat on the third floor with a small balcony in the centre of town. Jerome's mum work part time so that she can be there for her son before and after school.
They have not lived in the area very long and do not know many people or the areas very well so, they do not normally go out of their flat other than to school and work.
So, what are the benefits of physical play?
Build a wall - group work
Can you think of more?
Sleep
Exercise
Nutrition/Food/Water
Warmth
Fresh air/sunlight
Shelter/Clothing
Cleanliness
Comfort
Emotional stability
Stimulation
Safety

Group task
Identify physical activities/learning experience for children
Outline the effects on children's health and development for each
Outline what skills/aspects of physical development children are learning for each
Outline the adults role within each activity/learning experience
What are the physical needs of children?
Annotate on the board
Benefits of physical play
Doreen Clark
Refer to Maslow
Produce a spidergraph
Feedback
Use different colorued markers/pens to circle/highlight each category
Complete worksheet
As a childcare practitioner, what would you do to support Jerome with his physical development?
By supporting his physical development, consider how his overall holistic development would be affected.
How could you support mum and why is it important to support mum?
Feedback to your peer groups
Aim:
To understand the benefits of physical play to children's overall holistic development
Objectives:
To identify the physical needs of children making links to Maslow theoretical perspective
To identify the benefits of physical play and to catergorise these into developmental areas
To outline the effects of physical activities on children's health, well-being and development.
To review and evaluate the effects of supporting a child's physical development to overall holistic development
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