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What is play?

A child's work

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Play is the way children ___

Learn

3

Play is how children practice ____

Living

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What are the 6 types of content of play?

1. Social affective play
2. Sense pleasure play
3. Skill play
4. Unoccupied behavior
5. Dramatic play
6. Games

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What is social affective play?

Infant gets pleasure from relationships with people (content of play)

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What is sense-pleasure play?

Nonsocial; enjoys having senses stimulated (content of play)

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What is skill play?

Repeating actions over and over to perfect skill (content of play)

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What is unoccupied behavior?

Not an active process; focuses momentarily on anything that catches interest-day dreaming, tapping rhythms (content of play)

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What is dramatic play? When does it begin? What age does this a lot?

Pretending (content of play)
1 year--begins with familiar activities and gets very complex as child matures
Predominant form of PRESCHOOLERS

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What are games?

All cultures have them (content of play)

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Are preschoolers usually completive in games (content of play)?

No--unless simple board games--they HATE TO LOOSE..they will cheat or change the rules

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Competitive games are the domain of ___ & ____

School age children & adolescents

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What are the 5 social characteristics of play?

1. Onlooker
2. Solitary
3. Parallel
4. Associative play
5. Cooperative play

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What is onlooker play?

Watches what others do; does not get involved. Ex: TV (social characteristics of play)

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What is solitary play? What age?

Plays alone with toys different from other children in same area (social characteristic of play)

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What is parallel play? What age?

-Plays with toys similar to those of other children in the area--plays alone, plays beside but NOT WITH; not influnced by other children
-Toddlers

(social characteristics of play)

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What is associative play? What age?

Play together in similar or identical activity but no organization or leadership; Preschool

(social characteristic of play)

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May borrow or lend toys; may imitate others behaviors

Associateve play (social characteristics of play)

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What is cooperative play? What age?

Plays with group in organized fashion; planning to accomplish a goal
School age

Social characteristics of play

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What are the 7 functions of play?

1. Sensorimotor development
2. Intellectual development
3. Socialization
4. Creativity
5. Self-awarness
6. Therapeutic Value
7. Moral value

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Functions of play: What is sensorimotor development?

Active for muscle development and releases extra energy

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Functions of play: What is intellectual development?

Learn concepts such as colors, numbers, and spatial relationships

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Functions of play: What is creativity?

Stifled by pressure toward conformity; primary a product of solitary rather than group play!!!

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Functions of play: What is self-awareness?

Learn about their bodies and their place in the world

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Functions of play: What is therapeutic value?

Tension release; emotional expression of unacceptable impulses--testing fearful situations--can communicate what they cannot express with their limited language !!

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Functions of play: What is moral value?

Learn that peers are less tolerant of breeches in group accepted codes than adults

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Sense pleasure

Content

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Associative

Social character

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Sensorimotor

Functions

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Intellectual

Functions

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Unoccupied behavior

Content

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Parallel

Social character

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Socialization

Functions

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Dramatic

Content

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Cooperative

Social character

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Creativity

Functions

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Social affective

Content

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Therapeutic value

Functions

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Self-awareness

Functions

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Skill

Content

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Onlooker

Social character

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Games

Content

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Moral value

Functions

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Content of play, social character of play, or functions of play: Solitary

Social character

45

What are the 4 purposes of hospital play?

1. Decrease stress of separation and homesickness
2. Tension release and express feelings
3. Promote interaction and positive attitude toward others
4. Provide expression of creative ideas and interest

46

Where should we NOT provide procedures?

Childs room and play room (these should be safe zones)

*childs room should be their safe place; playroom should be a place of fun where there are no painful procedures

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Where should procedures be done?

Treatment rooms

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Why do younger children need large muscle actives?

To release tension; bean bag toss, play dough

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What is an excellent media for expression

Drawing!!! (a diversion activity--diversion from pain, etc)

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Can play supersede medical needs ?

No; should be scheduled and/or incorporated around treatments

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What is medical play?

A tool to aid children in coping with stress r/t medical care and illness

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What is the purpose of medical play?

1. Provides diversion and promotes relaxation
2. Promotes feeling of security in an unfamiliar environment
3. Allows accomplishment of therapeutic goals (fluid intake, deep breathing, and injections--KNOW THESE!!*)

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How do children view puppets?

Friends and wil communicate with them when they don't want to with adults

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What are some techniques for hospital play?

Dolls
Puppets
Clip ons
Mini equipment
Real hospital equipemtn
Story telling
Role reversal

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What is a child's work?!

PLAY!!!

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