Play_Typology

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Play Typology Piaget Practice – mere (pleasurable repetitive actions); Fortuitous Combinations (old schemas – “new” combos); Intentional combinations (anticipated, planned actions) Symbolic – Three stages (simplistic to complex: random application; imitation of others to rule governed) Games with Rules Smilansky Functional – play associated with sensorimotor stage; exploratory behavior (e.g., grasping) Construction – Transition stage between sensorimotor and preoperational (e.g., building blocks, clay) Symbolic/Dramatic – play associated with preoperational stage; sociodramatic (e.g., role play and pretend) Games with rules – play associated with concrete stage; learning rules/organization (e.g., tag games) Parten Unoccupied Play – Idly glancing about; engaging in aimless activities; watching others Solitary Play – Playing by themselves with no maintained interest in others Onlooker Play – Watching other children play, but not engaging in their play. Occasional questions.
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