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    Make Way For Play Essay

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    “Make Way for Play.” All kids love playtime; the thrill they get from running around the playground; the feel of the sun shining down and the wind whipping through their hair. With that said, while parents do care about education of their children in kidzones, they also believe that it is important for their children to be entertained and just be allowed to be kids. According to Amera Sergei, a Psychology student from Harvard Medical School, “ kids deserve playtime; it’s what make them happy.” Sergei

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    connections between neurons in the pre-frontal cortex. It prepares the brain for “life, love and even schoolwork” (qud. In Kozlowska). Most kids have playtime, but most are being told what to do. Not having the free will to use your own mind can be very damaging to a child mental health. Jessica Lahey, a writer for The Atlantic says, “Unscheduled, unsupervised, playtime is one of the most valuable educational opportunities we give our children. It is

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    The Importance of Playtime in Childhood Development Macey Rowan Miami Dade College DEP2000 Fall 2017 Prof. Magalie Michaud ABSTRACT Play has an important role in children beginning in infancy and carrying on through early childhood. A wide range of benefits to a child’s “adult” life is in part due to children’s play time. During play time, children often subconsciously create scenarios they solve themselves that help them to solve real life scenarios as well as promote a sense of confidence

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    Benefits Of Tryouts

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    For hundreds of years sports have been used as a way for kids and adults to cope with stress but now with all these talented players it’s no longer fair for the talented players to play with the terrible players so in order to keep the talented players happy they created tryouts. Tryouts are a kind of physical test that are used to determine what players are talented and deserve a spot on the team and what players aren’t very good and shouldn’t be playing with good players. Tryouts are beneficial

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    development as we come across huge physical changes that occur between newborn infants to a grown-up human. Physical development is a essential procedure that begins at the earliest stage of infancy. Physical developmental includes creating the control over the body, especially muscles and physical coordination. In this paper, I will walk you through the physical growth of Hugo. In order to avoid disclosing the name of the child, pseudonyms will be used in this paper. Hugo is a 4-year-old child, currently

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    The American educational system has proven to be insufficient in training our children to be well rounded citizens. With so much emphasis placed upon standardized testing, there is little room for personal growth and individuality; instead, our current classroom design forces kids to remain in a box rather than teaching them how to work with their strengths and weaknesses as individuals. With so much emphasis placed upon memorization and drilling, important aspects of childhood development, such

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    daycare facility. The playroom consisted of various toys along with a jungle gym with a slide attachment. When the child arrived, he immediately ran over to the slide, climbed up the slide and slid down the edge of the slide. Even though there were other children around him, he did not interact with them. After coming off of the slide he ran over to an area of the playroom that had a racetrack and a set of cars. He chose one car and rolled it down the track. He waved his arms up and down in joy

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    Whether to have plenty of toys is a contentious subject, with supporters maintaining that most toys are of primary significance to cultivate children’s intellectual and mental development, whilst opponents claim that a wide range of toys can lead children to take things for granted and expect too much from parents. Paradoxically, strong arguments exist in support of both sides of this debate, which imply that it is worth examining both points of view before reaching any logical conclusions. At the

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    It's not often that the underdogs of the world have an advantage over us normal people, but it happens occasionally. The most recent showing of this comes in the form of the miniature Tesla S made by Radio Flyer. The real deal is far outside the price range of many middle-class adults, so what does Radio Flyer do? They give it to the midgets for $500 just to rub it in our tall faces. Alright, so technically it's marketed towards children, but little people should take advantage of this opportunity

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    limited and inconclusive according to www.understood.org. The experts who do practice it though, see that it does improve learning and attention issues in kids, this is the most effective way, and that it is not limited or inconclusive. SIT isn’t just playtime, it improves learning and attention issues, its effective, and it’s not inconclusive. SIT has been a big controversial topic in the world of Occupational Therapy. Most experts

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