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Summer games
Childhood Games Inside Games Outside Sport

Summer games

Observe your children as they play Remember that the game is important and we need it because the game is: Not an obligation, children choose the game on their initiative, voluntarily they start and get involved in the game. They do not need to be reminded or additionally motivated to play! Is something that keeps …

The boy plays on the playground
Childhood Games Outside Sport

Where is your child playing?

What makes a good play area for children? Playgrounds give place and structure for kids’ socialization, imaginative play, and physical activities. But not all playgrounds are creative anymore, and it seems that the spaces that are being designed are becoming increasingly unsuccessful in meeting children’s needs. Playing on playgrounds is what children need when they …

Brothers play in the yard
Childhood Teaching methods

The Ages and Stages of Child Development

Contemporary understandings see development as a result of the interaction of biological and environmental factors, that is, experience. The most extensive theory of cognitive development in Piaget’s theory and its impact on the educational process of children in recent decades has been enormous. Development expectations will be described separately for four domain of development:  intellectual …

Puppet play
Childhood Educational Toys Games Inside Games Outside

Puppet play

Puppet play introduces the child to multiple forms of play and creative activities. Such play enables the child to actively acquire and use the abilities important for communication and expression. They also direct the child in his or her way. Through puppet play, the child uses his independence, freedom, imagination, experiences, and feelings. The game …

Peekaboo game
Childhood

Grow up playing

We all grow up playing   Kids play games that are familiar parts of our cultures. Play endures, even as it appears to change over time. Take, for example, peekaboo. A toddler pokes his head around the edge of an open doorway. We don’t think about it. We just say, “Peekaboo!” The toddler laughs, and …