Belonging“The urge to play with others, in addition to being fun, is often driven bythe desire to be accepted, to belong” ...
Belonging“Play serves as an arena in which children can progressively master thesocial skills they need to experience a po...
DoingPlay can be facilitated through an endless range of resources.Development of self capability through learning to blow...
DoingPurposeful and goal oriented activity of manipulation of tools andresources.
DoingThe use of adaptations and interventions to help children withdisabilities experience a broader range of play activit...
DoingThe boy is participating playing a game of basketball with his peer. He isincluded and he is capable.
DoingThrough having a turn on the swing, the student is participating in play-development of value and self worth.
Doing Constructing and building allows children to understand how things gotogether, what works and what doesn’t. This typ...
DoingPlay through goal oriented activities, building with blocks to make acastle.
Doing:Play and learning through exploration of the environment .
DoingPlay through movement, rhythm and pattern such as dance orhopscotch, provides a sense of emotional, creative, social ...
BeingChildren enjoy playing through exploration of creative activities.
BelongingPlay is established through mutual acceptance within a group of peers.
BelongingPlay and mutual support, children feel valued when there is a sense ofinclusion.
BelongingThe environment can facilitate inclusive play, where the child feelsvalued.
BecomingChildren imagine and become all sorts of people when they play.
BecomingPlaying “princesses”.
BecomingChildren often set up their toys in scenarios they see in their daily lives,replicating them in their play.
BelongingChildren use their imaginations to become “anyone” or go “anywhere”. Itis time out from routine, time where they ...
BecomingChildren develop and learn socially through playing games with eachother.
References•   Scarlett, W.G., Naudeau, S., Salonius-Pasternak, D., Ponte, I. (2005). Children’s play. USA: Sage Publicatio...
References continued•   Photo 11: The Telegraph. (2012). Childhood memories. Retrieved from    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/...
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  1. 1. Belonging“The urge to play with others, in addition to being fun, is often driven bythe desire to be accepted, to belong” ( The National Institute for Play,2009).
  2. 2. Belonging“Play serves as an arena in which children can progressively master thesocial skills they need to experience a positive sense of belonging to theirpeer group” (Scarlet, 2005, p.37).
  3. 3. DoingPlay can be facilitated through an endless range of resources.Development of self capability through learning to blow the bubbles.
  4. 4. DoingPurposeful and goal oriented activity of manipulation of tools andresources.
  5. 5. DoingThe use of adaptations and interventions to help children withdisabilities experience a broader range of play activities, can help provideopportunities to play.
  6. 6. DoingThe boy is participating playing a game of basketball with his peer. He isincluded and he is capable.
  7. 7. DoingThrough having a turn on the swing, the student is participating in play-development of value and self worth.
  8. 8. Doing Constructing and building allows children to understand how things gotogether, what works and what doesn’t. This type of play is facilitatedthrough the use of resources such as blocks, lego. Learning balance.
  9. 9. DoingPlay through goal oriented activities, building with blocks to make acastle.
  10. 10. Doing:Play and learning through exploration of the environment .
  11. 11. DoingPlay through movement, rhythm and pattern such as dance orhopscotch, provides a sense of emotional, creative, social and cognitiveconnections.
  12. 12. BeingChildren enjoy playing through exploration of creative activities.
  13. 13. BelongingPlay is established through mutual acceptance within a group of peers.
  14. 14. BelongingPlay and mutual support, children feel valued when there is a sense ofinclusion.
  15. 15. BelongingThe environment can facilitate inclusive play, where the child feelsvalued.
  16. 16. BecomingChildren imagine and become all sorts of people when they play.
  17. 17. BecomingPlaying “princesses”.
  18. 18. BecomingChildren often set up their toys in scenarios they see in their daily lives,replicating them in their play.
  19. 19. BelongingChildren use their imaginations to become “anyone” or go “anywhere”. Itis time out from routine, time where they can become whoever theychoose to be.
  20. 20. BecomingChildren develop and learn socially through playing games with eachother.
  21. 21. References• Scarlett, W.G., Naudeau, S., Salonius-Pasternak, D., Ponte, I. (2005). Children’s play. USA: Sage Publications• The national institute for play (2009) Play and belonging. Retrieved from http://www.nifplay.org/social_play_subsets.html• Photo 1: Visual Photos. (2012). Group of children holding hands and jumping. Retrieved from http://www.visualphotos.com/image/2x4577371/group_of_children_holding_hands_and_jumping• Photo 2: Commonwealth Secretariat. ( 1999). Commonwealth Photographic Awards 1999. Retrieved from http://www.thecommonwealth.org/news/229242/030910humanrightspublications.htm• Photo 3: Visual Photos. (2012). Girl blowing bubbles in wheat field 06cw0288.jeg. Retrieved from http://www.visualphotos.com/image/2x4108415/girl_blowing_bubbles_in_wheat_field• Photo 4: I Spy Baby. (2012). Fine motor skill development. Retrieved from http://www.ispybaby.com.au/c/4041187/1/sensory-processing-skills.html• Photo 5: Disibility Information Resources. (2009). Range of motion- and other exercises. Retrieved from http://www.dinf.ne.jp/doc/english/global/david/dwe002/dwe00244.html• Photo 6: BBC News. (2008). Disabled young miss out on fun. Retrieved from http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk/7629117.stm• Photo 7: Personal unpublished photo. (2011). Play time. Unpublished photo• Photo 8: Islamic Learning Centre. (2012). Let them play. Retrieved from http://www.shawuniversitymosque.org/JTaqwa/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=757• Photo 9: Personal unpublished photo. (2011). Building with Duplo. Unpublished photo• Photo 10: Ideas for kids.com. (2012). Painting walls. Retrieved from http://www.ideaforkids.com/painting-walls
  22. 22. References continued• Photo 11: The Telegraph. (2012). Childhood memories. Retrieved from http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/3356248/Childhood-memories-how-was-your-childhood.html• Photo 12: Personal unpublished photo. (2011). Space to play. Unpublished photo• Photo 13: Calserves Blog. (2011). Its about belonging. http://calserves.blogspot.co.nz/2011/02/its-about-belonging.html• Photo 14: Shanes Inspiration Blog. (2012). The view from the playground, A mothers perspective of inclusion. Retrieved from http://shanesinspiration.tumblr.com/• Photo 15: Personal unpublished photo. (2011). Becoming. Unpublished photo• Photo 16: Personal unpublished photo. (2011). Becoming, role playing. Unpublished photo• Photo 17: Personal unpublished photo. (2011). Imaginary play. Unpublished photo• Photo 18: Personal unpublished photo. (2011). Play-make believe. Unpublished photo• Photo 19: Personal unpublished photo. (2010). Exploring through play. Unpublished photo• Photo 20: Personal unpublished photo. (2012). Becoming, play and socialising. Unpublished photo

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