6 edition of Understanding Children"s Play (Understanding Children) found in the catalog.
by Nelson Thornes
Written in English
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Hardcover, January 1, $ — $ Mass Market Paperback Manufacturer: Columbia University Press. Understanding Children's Play offers a full exploration of children's play from babyhood through to the early years of primary school.
It explores how their play is shaped by time and place and supports early years practitioners and playworkers. Children's books play a vital role in education, and this book helps you to choose books that have the most to offer young children.
Each chapter reflects on a different theme or genre and their role in educational settings, and recommends ten 'must reads' within each one. The themes covered include: books for babies - literature for the very young - narrative fiction - books in translation.
The role of play in child development is a source of ongoing interest and debate. In this book, renowned expert Peter Smith offers an expansive definition of the term “play”, taking an in-depth look at its impact on children, as well as its adaptive value for birds and mammals, including primates.
Using both contemporary and classic research, Smith examines how different age groups and. Understanding Young Children's Learning through Play uses children’s perspectives on their play to illustrate how rich their personal understandings are. It also includes parental reflections on what may initially appear a risky and unusual outdoor environment, and it draws attention to the importance of conflict resolution in play in order 4/4(2).
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According to numbers released by the University of Wisconsin’s Cooperative Children's Book Center in June, only percent of the children’s and young adult books released in. This is when play can help the child's social development. It can enhance their understanding of the world around them and help them to learn social roles and rules as well as providing information about a socially shared system of symbols.
Children can learn much about people and customs through indicators that are embedded in play. For example, instead of passively taking in a lesson, children take on roles alongside their peers and respond to the other children according to the rules of play that they’ve created.
While “rules” may seem counterintuitive to the idea of free, voluntary play, a system of mental rules is actually one of the other key features of play. The best picture books aren’t just “books for kids”—they’re works of art.
Themes: Things a pre-school age child may be dealing with in their lives: being jealous of siblings, sharing but also the death of a pet, or a grandparent, and the beauty of nature. Review - Children at Play by Howard Chudacoff “Children at Play: An American History” by Howard Chudacoff is an erudite, heavily annotated, college level philosophical history with lots and lots of quotations about children's play.
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Author: Christine MacIntyre. Publisher: Routledge. ISBN: Category: Education. The book has arisen from a longitudinal study of children’s play over several months in the early years unit at Fishergate School in York. The children are aged from three to five years, bringing together nursery-and reception-aged children with an early years team of educators.
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