â€œLearn from playâ€?
is the new buzz.
Movement play Involves physical engagement with nature, people, or materials (i.e. toys, games, musical instruments).
Independent play When children play mostly on their own, choose their own toys or instruments, and is observed by parents or caregivers.
Enjoyable play Involves something the child primarily enjoys, such as blocks, dancing, etc.
Process-oriented play Involves accumulation of new skills such as listening, pressing buttons, or counting. The focus is on the process, not on the end goal.
Cooperative play When children play and work together, such as when doing a puzzle, building something in the sand or making a meal in a toy kitchen.
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