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Play enables children to make sense of their world, allows children to express their thoughts and feelings, and fosters flexible and divergent thinking.
Find nine suggestions of how adults can encourage physical play in preschool children, including providing daily opportunities to engage in motor play.
Discusses why children are fascinated with war play and teacher's concerns about violent play.  Give suggesions on how to reduce violent play in children.
Summarizes how play can be an excellent vehicle for helping children with both their physical and emotional development.
Examines how through play, children can enhance language skills and are provided opportunities to facilitate literacy development.
Overviews how play in many forms can be an ideal vehicle for language acquisition in young children including pretend play, role playing and solitary play.
Read about dramatic play, and as a child's primary learning tool, play is the most important learning activity in the preschool classroom.
Summarizes a variety of outcomes that can be accomplished through play including problem solving, developing social skills, expressing emotions and processing
Learn what you can do to help your child develop a healthy view of herself.
No matter how old you are, there's room to work on self-improvement and confidence. Find out how you can raise your family's self-esteem.
Does your daughter struggle with a low confidence? You can help her see how wonderful she really is. Boost your daughter's self-esteem with these tips.
This article discusses how play is related to creativity, and how both play and creativity play a role in problem-solving among young children.
An examination of the ways that play can facilitate children's language development.
Our society has become so fast paced and full of multi-tasking that play no longer seems to come naturally to adults or children, let alone seem important.
When children play, they learn skills that contribute to school success. What is the role teacher in play-based learning.
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