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Play is the "as if" of reality, while taking consciousness of fiction. The fiction implies opposition to the role of the real and allows the child / break free from the constraints that reality imposes to act and work with their own rules and regulations. Play is serious business, because it activates all the resources and capabilities of personality. The game for the child is equivalent to the work for the adult. For the hits in the game improves children’s self-esteem, assertiveness is a mechanism of personality. Although play can be seen as a form of rest and lack of effort, we can see that this may involve a lot of effort. Many games have strict rules, and activities seeking expensive or difficult, while at other times elapse between repetitions and quiet with no other intention than to obtain pleasure. But for there to play and for the child to have fun
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