The Power of Play;
Effective Play-Based Therapy and
Early Intervention
Overview of Play: What do we mean by play in the context of Early
Intervention? This slide will contain music.
• Play is f...
It’s Art Time….
• YOUNG CHILDREN LEARN BEST
THROUGH PLAY THAT IS RELEVANT
AND MEANINGFUL TO THEIR LIFE!
• The benefits of ...
Ready, Set, GO!!!
• During Gross Motor, we get moving! We play in the ballpit area,
playground or play in the cars and sli...
The stages of Play
• These slides will contain the
stages of play and examples
• This slide will also contain a
video on “...
It’s time for MUSIC
shake, shake, shake
Ideas for play in the home –
family participation
Play-don’t Therapize
• To keep therapy natural, strive not
to “therapize” the child
• Therapize (verb) To create
unnatural...
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Storyboard proposal the power of play

  1. 1. The Power of Play; Effective Play-Based Therapy and Early Intervention
  2. 2. Overview of Play: What do we mean by play in the context of Early Intervention? This slide will contain music. • Play is freely chosen, intrinsically motivated and personally directed • Play is an activity by children that is guided more by imagination than fixed rules • Play is the spontaneous activity of children
  3. 3. It’s Art Time…. • YOUNG CHILDREN LEARN BEST THROUGH PLAY THAT IS RELEVANT AND MEANINGFUL TO THEIR LIFE! • The benefits of play include: Learning opportunities, problem-solving skills, enhances concentration, discovering, interacting, absorbing, experiencing, exploring and the opportunity to practice new skills.
  4. 4. Ready, Set, GO!!! • During Gross Motor, we get moving! We play in the ballpit area, playground or play in the cars and slides.
  5. 5. The stages of Play • These slides will contain the stages of play and examples • This slide will also contain a video on “Container Babies” (how children are kept in carseats, strollers, etc. for longer periods of time these days, leading to head deformation and delays in cognition, speech, motor.
  6. 6. It’s time for MUSIC shake, shake, shake
  7. 7. Ideas for play in the home – family participation
  8. 8. Play-don’t Therapize • To keep therapy natural, strive not to “therapize” the child • Therapize (verb) To create unnatural, deliberate, passive behaviors in young children as a result of direct therapy • True play-based therapy –vs- Traditional therapy Example table will be here

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