How Does Play Influence The Development Of A Child Play

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Case Study: Children and Play Part A ; Background Theories of play, both traditional and contemporary views Early childhood education is underpinned by an ideological and theoretical tradition which regards play as essential to learning and development. Social reformers such as Charles Booth and Charles Dickens, the early pioneers changes attitudes towards children and developed better provision for their development, care and education, where freedom to play and learn could be combined with appropriate care and guidance. While, The Romantic, child-centered ideology advocated the enabling of children to follow their natural development through free play and structured activities. Although the pioneers recognized that play allows children to express their inner needs, emotions, desired and conflicts. Theories of play have change all the time and there are …show more content…

Play is children’s way of thinking through solving problem. They contribute their own information to combine new information and skills. They also could use their experience to build new idea about objects, situations and people. This is where they develop in aspect of cognitive. Play and learning could be linked where it develop children development and area of learning, and enable children to achieve their potential. Role of adults during children’s play The role of the adult is important in helping children to how to play and supporting their play-based learning. As the adult, they can make play more fun and beneficial at the same time. They need to play with children but at other times, leave them play in their own. Their role also to make sure the children play in a safe environment. Adults are children role model, when children see adults doing activities, they are copying that action. This is because they pick up on adults attitudes and will establish in their own based on these early

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