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    The Play Frozen Play

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    The musical I saw was Frozen, It played at the St. James theater on Broadway. The St. James Theater was a nice theater, that like other theaters I’ve been too in the past has a red and gold theme. The other attendees to the theater were a mix of young children and their parents, this meant that when the show wasn’t going on it was loud, and that one could occasionally hear a child crying during scenes that a small child might consider frightening. A few of the children wore an Anna or Elsa costume

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    Why Play Is Play Essay

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    just for fun. Play is nature training for our life. Everyone is among the sea of eager faces to play. When we talk about play, the first thing we will think that the right of play is only a child does. Play may allow the children to use their creativity while developing their imagination, physical and emotional strength. Play is easy to recognise in children and animals such as chase. But what does it looks like in adults? How we play is "as unique to an individual as a fingerprint". Play could be simply

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    variety of ways to engage in play. Some children engage in observational play and learning while others engage in social play. Children engage in different types of play that are inter-connected. I was aware of child-initiated play, parallel play and cooperative play but I did not consider observing as part of play. As a teacher, it is important for me to conduct observations to help me understand what stage a child is in during play, so I can help them bridge the child’s play to the next stage, if necessary

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    organized play Children growing up should not be forced to either creative play or an organized play. Studies has proved good and bad in both sides. A child growing up needs his/her free time to grow, but he/she needs to be told to do some stuff to Creative play in ower youth helps them to learn how to express themselves, they can learn independance and how to solve problems. Creative play does not teach following rule and understanding the importance of it. Organized play like

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    Rough Play is known as One of The Most Difficult Behaviors Many people feel that rough play is one of the most difficult behaviors within small children. However, young children love this type of physical play. This type of play is usually strong, fierce, and rugged. This play may be known as the “big body play” rugged and tumbled play, violent manner, or play fighting. These forms of play can be seen with other children, they are called by different names such as King of Mountain, Red Rover, Freeze

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    about play helped me learn what a tremendous impact play has on human development throughout our entire lives. From the time we are infants, play keeps us company and enables us to develop our social, physical and mental skills. The ability and desire to play is evident in most children and seems to consume most of their waking hours. Imagination is also a huge part of play, and both help children explore as well as navigate the world around them. As we get older and enter into adolescence, play seems

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    the play does not include closing segment with Sly, and leaving a wonder about the play’s completeness. Still, ‘The Taming of The Shrew’ is an important piece of work which brings out the comedic side of Shakespeare where irony and puns carry the play throughout. Also, as a comedy, this play truly brings us laughter receiving a great value as a comedy The Roaring Girl’ written by Thomas Dekker and Thomas Middleton is another Renaissance comedy about women and marriage. As a contemporary play, it

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    Play vs. script No Exit is a very alluring, yet very arrogant play. This play is a very big eye opener, it shows what people around us cause us to do. It shows how we should all change and become someone different, because there is no exit from the past once you have done it, it doesn’t go away at all. As I watched the play of the play No Exit there are both similarities and differences between the play and the script originally written. There is an abundance of similarities between the play

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    Production Report The Play of Sweet town is set in a small country town in the mid-1960s, Sweetown explores Australia’s uneasy relationship with the darker aspects of our national history. It deals with themes of, Australian history, memories, change, denial, reconciliation, identity, guilt. The writer Melissa Reeve’s purpose for its creation was to bring to attention and satirise the history that happened and was forgotten many years ago. The set is minimalistic, sparse and Non-realistic, with open

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    Symbolic Play

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    stated that: Play is a complex landscape where children’s thinking and the complexity of their ideas and signs deserve closer attention, if practitioners are to understand and truly value children’s meaning-making. Children’s self-chosen and spontaneous imagined scenarios and their play are in possibilities because they are the children’s own and in their culture (Riojas-Cortez, 2001 in Carruthers et al, 2011). There is a direct relationship between children’s meaning making in play and in their

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