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Classnotes 11 (Chapter 11: Psychosocial Development– Early Childhood)   Key words/terms/objectives : What is play a training ground for?  o Social relationships – empathy  o Thinking skill – How to share  What are the 2 broad categories for play? o 1. Content: What children do then they play  o 2. Social Dimension: Whether children play alone or with others  What are the 4 types of play (Piaget&Smilansky)? When do they emerge (developmental time periods; e.g., infancy, etc)? What are examples of each type of play? What are children learning at each of these stages? o 1. Functional/Active Play (begins during infancy) The lowest cognitive level of play  Involving repetitive muscular movements  Includes “rough and tumble” play (with “play face”) Examples: rolling ball, bouncing ball, late jumping rope, throwing/catching, monkey  bars, wrestling  Teaches children to: assert without hurting and exercise gross motor skills  o 2. Constructive play (toddlers and preschoolers) 2 nd  cognitive level of play 
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