Noven Tungala             BEEd – ECEdPSED 5: Personal and Social Development
 Play is also an essential part of their education  because while they are playing they are learning
Definitions of Play                           sport or other recreation To occupy oneself in amusement, To act To pret...
Why Is Play Important?                         their world Enables children to explore Develops social and cultural und...
CognitiveCreativity &               Language &Imagination                  Literacy               PLAY Physical           ...
Cognitive Development           Concrete learning and problem solving through play  enhances higher thinking skills
Language and Literacy        Development                        Communication Verbal interaction Play with language E...
Social Development               Negotiating roles, appreciating feeling of others, gain  access to ongoing play Respon...
Emotional Development           Simplifying events by  creating an imaginary  character or setting to  match their emoti...
Emotional Development           Compensating for  situations by adding  forbidden acts to  pretend play.
Emotional Development           Liquidating experiences  when children  repeatedly enact  unpleasant or  frightening exp...
Emotional Development           Anticipating behaviors  and events by  pretending that  another character, real  or imag...
Physical Development             Fine and gross motor development Body awareness
Creativity and            Imagination                  Invent ideas and use imagination in risk from  environment Using...
They learn to discover, explore,   and challenge the world              
Sources:                          Isenberg, J. and Jalongo, M., Creative Expression and  Play in the Early Childhood Cur...
Noven Tungala             BEEd – ECEdPSED 5: Personal and Social Development
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  1. 1. Noven Tungala BEEd – ECEdPSED 5: Personal and Social Development
  2. 2.  Play is also an essential part of their education because while they are playing they are learning
  3. 3. Definitions of Play  sport or other recreation To occupy oneself in amusement, To act To pretend to be To use or manipulate Source: www.thefreedictionary.com/play
  4. 4. Why Is Play Important? their world Enables children to explore Develops social and cultural understandings Helps children express their thoughts and feelings Provides opportunities to meet and solve problems Develops language and literacy skills and concepts.
  5. 5. CognitiveCreativity & Language &Imagination Literacy PLAY Physical Social Emotional
  6. 6. Cognitive Development  Concrete learning and problem solving through play enhances higher thinking skills
  7. 7. Language and Literacy Development  Communication Verbal interaction Play with language Experienced with reading and writing
  8. 8. Social Development  Negotiating roles, appreciating feeling of others, gain access to ongoing play Respond to peer’s feelings, waiting for turn, sharing materials and experiences Experiment with roles of people Experience others point of view
  9. 9. Emotional Development  Simplifying events by creating an imaginary character or setting to match their emotional state.
  10. 10. Emotional Development  Compensating for situations by adding forbidden acts to pretend play.
  11. 11. Emotional Development  Liquidating experiences when children repeatedly enact unpleasant or frightening experiences to gain control over the resulting emotions.
  12. 12. Emotional Development  Anticipating behaviors and events by pretending that another character, real or imaginary, commits the act and suffers the consequences when children are concerned with the consequences of disobeying an adult often.
  13. 13. Physical Development  Fine and gross motor development Body awareness
  14. 14. Creativity and Imagination  Invent ideas and use imagination in risk from environment Using imaginations in play they are more creative, perform better at schools tasks, and develop a problem-solving approach to learning.
  15. 15. They learn to discover, explore, and challenge the world 
  16. 16. Sources:  Isenberg, J. and Jalongo, M., Creative Expression and Play in the Early Childhood Curriculum, New York: Macmillian Publishing, pg 35-38 http://www.originalplay.com/develop.htm http://www.learningchild.com.au/ccd/play
  17. 17. Noven Tungala BEEd – ECEdPSED 5: Personal and Social Development
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