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Table filled with materials that facilitate exploration and naturally encourage children to use scientific processes while they play, create, investigate and explore.
A self-supporting wooden frame for holding an artist's work while it is being painted or drawn.
Area where children can explore imagination, dressing up, and other roles with classmates.
Children learn responsibility; to work and share with others; to respect the property of others; and to value the work and ideas of others.
Scribbles, basic forms, and then pictorial drawings.
peers, people of about the same age and social status
solitary play: alone, unaware of others nearby onlooker play: child watches other children play parallel play: children play with similar objects, similar ways, but not together associative play: children interact, share material, play not reciprocal, cooperative play: children play together, creating dramas, taking turns
Birth to about 3 months. Make random movements. No clear purpose. Initial form of play.
From 3 months to 18 months. Spends most of their time playing on their own. Busy playing and many times does not notice other children playing near or around them. Explores the world by watching, grabbing, rattling objects. Children have limited social, cognitive, and physical skills. It is important that everyone to have time to play by themselves
Toddler Years (2 & 3 year olds) Children watch other children play. They are learning how to relate to others and learning language. Children will ask other children questions, but no attempt to play with others. Usually starts during toddler years, but can take place at any age.
A form of play in child a child imitates others.
Social play in which several children play together as they imitate others.
A type of play allowing children to place feelings and emotions they feel onto another person or an object, such as a puppet. Through this play, a child may share his or her inner world.