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Social Stages of Play

Do you know how my 5th grade teacher taught us the planets? She sang it to us. When her former students would come back and visit, she would always ask if they remembered the order of the planets. And they’d all end up singing it back to her. Imagine these big high school juniors and seniors singing in the middle of a 5th grade class?!

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Including a variety of play opportunities is crucial to early childhood development, and should be an evaluative tool for parents & educators when assessing childcare & school environments.

Including a variety of play opportunities is crucial to early childhood development, and should be an evaluative tool for parents & educators when assessing childcare & school environments.

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from The ASHA Leader Blog

Welcome to Kid Confidential: Let’s Play!

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Infographic showing the 12 Types of Play including Parten 6 Stages of Play [Great info! Kids need some Vitamin PLAY everyday. Thx from Mrs. A at http://123kindergarten.com]

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from Childhood101

No One Will Play With Me - Helping Your Child Make Friends

stages-of-play, http://childhood101.com/2011/05/no-one-will-play-with-me-helping-your-child-make-friends/

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Everything has developmental stages - give your children the blessing of celebrating each stage completely - Destination Kindergarten: Can Play Dough Help My Child Be a Better Writer?

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5 Things To Know About Your Child's Playtime! Brought to you by Oompa.com - the most trusted online source for baby toys, wooden toys, and unique European toys! #oompatoys

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from D ~ Stories

Piaget’s Theory about Stages of Cognitive Development: Implication to Teaching Young Learners

Another table of PIaget's Theory that is simple to read and a good reminder for when we need to determine what stage a patient might be in. Piaget’s Theory about Stages of Cognitive Development

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from Rootedforlife's Blog

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Quick glance-Stages of early childhood. Reference for typical development to help with normalization activities

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