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Good book for learning about young children's play. This book was interesting, it basically outlines a teacher's role in creating an environment to facilitate constructive and meaningful play

Good book for learning about young children's play. This book was interesting, it basically outlines a teacher's role in creating an environment to facilitate constructive and meaningful play. It demonstrates how young children learn through play and that it does indeed encompass all of the domains. This was one of the required books for an early childhood development class I took and I learned so, so much from it. Even better, it is an interesting and engaging book.

The Play’s the Thing provides an excellent summary of theories related to the importance of children's play and illustrates the six roles teachers can use to put these theories into practice. This book describes the knowledge that is required to foster play and to use it as a solid foundation on which to build learning. Playful learning offers educators a plan for creating fun and engaging pedagogies that support rich curricula.

The Play's the Thing book. The traditional role for teachers in children's play was to structure it, setting rules and interrupting if things got out of hand

The Play's the Thing book. The traditional role for teachers in children's play was to structure it, setting rules and interrupting if things got out of hand. However, for children three to five, sociodramatic play is a way to invent and make familiar the rhythms and actions of everyday life.

They explain how and why play is a critical part of children's development, as well as the central role adults have to. .Responding to current debates on the place of play in schools, the authors have extensively revised their groundbreaking book.

They explain how and why play is a critical part of children's development, as well as the central role adults have to promote it. This classic textbook and popular practitioner resource offers systematic descriptions and analyses of the different roles a teacher adopts to support play, including those of stage manager, mediator, player, scribe, assessor, communicator, and planner. They explain how and why play is a critical part of children's development, as well as the central role adults have to promote it.

Good book for learning about young children's play. I would recommend it to anybody interested in early childhood.

The play’s the thing: Teachers’ roles in children’s play. The effects of sociodramatic play on problem-solving behavior among culturally disadvantaged preschool children

The play’s the thing: Teachers’ roles in children’s play. New York: Teachers College PressGoogle Scholar. Children’s play: The journey from theory to practice. In: E. S. Klugman & S. Smilansky (Ed., Children’s play and learning: Perspectives and policy implications. New York, Teachers College Press, pp. 173–187Google Scholar. The effects of sociodramatic play on problem-solving behavior among culturally disadvantaged preschool children. Child Development, 45:920–927CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Play, peer interaction and social development.

Elizabeth Jones, Gretchen Reynolds, Kathy Sylva.

The Play's The Thing is a main quest in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The quest starts after Geralt and Triss finished dealing with Menge and chasing down Whoreson Junior. You need to go update Priscilla on Dandelion's situation.

The play's the thing. teachers' roles in children's play. There's no description for this book yet. Published 1992 by Teachers College Press in New York. Includes bibliographical references (p. 131-136) and index. Early childhood education series, Early childhood education series (Teachers College Press).

The role of play in children’s development and implications for public playspace planning

In D. P. Fromberg & D. Bergen (Ed., Play from birth to twelve and beyond (pp. 193-198). The environment of play. West Point, NY: Leisure Press. The role of play in children’s development and implications for public playspace planning. Arlington, VA: National Recreation and Park Association. Trawick-Smith, J. (1993).


Anarasida
Good book for learning about young children's play. Had to get for school, but glad I read it.
Alsalar
I found it to be a bit of a hard read. Found myself daydreaming a bit. It does have some good info but having trouble getting through it.
HeonIc
I enjoyed this text and appreciated the explanations of specific tasks classroom adults can engage in to better support young students maximize their play.
Ucantia
This book was interesting, it basically outlines a teacher's role in creating an environment to facilitate constructive and meaningful play. It demonstrates how young children learn through play and that it does indeed encompass all of the domains. This was one of the required books for an early childhood development class I took and I learned so, so much from it. Even better, it is an interesting and engaging book. I would recommend it to anybody interested in early childhood development/teaching.
Hulis
I needed this book for a college course I am currently enrolled in. It arrived early and turned out to be a very helpful book even outside of the classroom. Great choice!!
Wenaiand
Verry easy book to read and examples to understand. Thank you.
Duzshura
This was required for a class but came just as it was described. It is well organized and gives justification for developin gplay in early childhood settings.
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