Monthly Archive: November 2013

Nov 29 2013

Play and Learning – Types of Play That Supports Children’s Learning

What is Play for Children? First off, what exactly is the meaning of play? As what the majority of websites suggested, it is an activity that involves in for pleasure and recreation, especially for children. These activities can be in the form of physical activities, social, and or linguistic activities. According to prominent researchers in …

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Nov 26 2013

Parents Use Mobile Technology as an Ally to Develop Children’s Well-Being

Parents Use Mobile Technology as an Ally to Develop Children’s Well-Being by Kyle Albert Based on Alexis R. Lauriucella, PhD’s study, “…the boom in mobile technology has truly become an additional tool in their parenting repertoire not their catchall solution.” Technology has provided parents with an extra hand in molding their children to be bright …

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Nov 25 2013

Play and Children – Learning Through Play

Play and Children at the Present Time At the present time, there is an ongoing argument for both parents and teachers about play and learning in the early years. The problem here is that parents literally consider play as merely fun and pleasure, and do not put enough value to it. Play in early childhood …

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