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Table 7.1 Summary of Symbolic Play Development i Ͳ 146) Age Props Themes Organization Roles Language Use in Play By 18 mos. Uses one realistic object at a time Familiar everyday activities in which child is active participant (e.g., eating, sleeping) Short, isolated pretend actions Auto Ͳ symbolic pretend, (e.g., child feeds self pretend food) Language used to get and maintain toys and seek assistance operating toys (e.g., “baby,” “mine,” “help”) By 22 mos. Uses two realistic objects at a time Familiar everyday activities that caregivers do (e.g., cooking, reading) Combines two related toys or performs actions on two people (e.g., uses spoon to eat from plate; feeds mother, then doll) Child acts on dolls and others (e.g., feeds doll or caregiver) Occasional comment on toy or action By 24 mos. Uses several realistic
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