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  1. 1. What do children learn through play? I chose this topic because I think play is so important. So much learning takes place during this time. Preschoolers’ playtime is being replaced by academic settings at an alarming rate. Youngsters are expected to forfeit their most important activity. I feel play helps prepare children for life.
  2. 2. PLAY is the Occupation of Childhood!
  3. 3. PLAY IS A WAY OF LEARNING!
  4. 4. Play Can Be Fun. Play Can Be Hard. Play is the Way a Child Learns About the World. Play is a Child’s Work!
  5. 5. Play Helps Children Grow Strong And Healthy! Through active play children improve: Strength Endurance Balance  Body Coordination
  6. 6. Playing teaches:  Sharing  Following Rules  Taking Turns
  7. 7. Play Is Practice For Being A Grown-up.
  8. 8. Using Play and Senses to Learn About Things In Our World.
  9. 9. Using PLAY and SENSES to Develop Intellectual Skills and Discover Differences in How Things:  Feel  Look Sound Smell  Taste
  10. 10. Using CREATIVE PLAY to Imagine and Develop Innovative Ideas Leading to Success.
  11. 11. Through SOCIAL PLAY Children Act Out Feelings  Listen Talk
  12. 12. Children Learn:  COOPERATION IMPORTANCE OF FRIENDSHIP SHARING
  13. 13. PLAY IS A TREASURED PART OF A CHILD’S EXISTANCE. Play offers many IMPORTANT and DEVELOPMENTAL BENEFITS!
  14. 14. References  Snuggs, Carla. (2008, July 28). Cognitive Learning Through Play. Preschool Play  Leads to Real Life Cognitive Development. Retrieved April 2, 2010 from  http://daycare.suite101.com.   Frobose, Jane K. (2008, February). Learning Through Play-A Child’s Job.  Retrieved April 3, 2010 from http://ext/colstate.edu/pubs/columncc/cc010309 .  Borden, Marian Edeknab. (1997, October). What Are Children Learning When  They Play. Smart Start The Parents’ Guide to Preschool Education. Retrieved  March 28, 2010 from http://users.stargate.net/.   Fernie, Davie. (1996. October). The Nature of Children’s Play. ERIC Digest.  Retrieved March 27, 2010 from http://kidsource/content 2/Nature.of.childs.play.
  15. 15. Fravel, Nicole. (2009, March 6). How Children Learn Through Play-Social- Emotional Growth and Cognition in the Early Years. Retrieved March 21, 2010 From http://preschool.suite101.com. Roskos, Kathleen A., Tabors, Patton O., Lenhart, Lisa A. (2004). Plan for Play. Oral Language and Early Literacy in Preschool. p. 41-45. Pfeiffer, Kelly. (2008, October 7). Magazine Learning Games for Preschoolers- Educational Parent Child Activities. Retrieved March 28, 2010 from http://kids-games-learninggamesforpreschoolers.com. Copple, Carol, Bredekamp, Sue. (2006). What Good Is Play? Basics of Developmentally Appropriate Practice. p. 20-21. Butler, Shelley. (2009). Learning Through Play. Early Childhood News-The Professional Resource for Teachers and Parents. Retrieved March 23, 2010 from http://www.earlychildhoodnews.com. Hoisington, Cynthia. (2009). Let’s Play! Using Play-Based Curriculum to Support Children’s Learning Through the Domains. Early Childhood News-The Professional Resource for Teachers and Parents. Retrieved March 30, 2010 from http://www.earlychildhoodnews.com. Dozier, Janet. (2009, Fall) Consider the Box. West Virginia Early Childhood Provider Quarterly. p. 10-12.

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