PLAY IS…

This is something to remember and to live by no matter if you work with young people and their families or if you are in the midst of parenting….

with love from the cottage

with love from the cottage

 

selecting coordinating experimenting conceptualizing testing measuring questioning discussing organizing validating observing enjoying participating discovering comparing

selecting
coordinating
experimenting
conceptualizing
testing
measuring
questioning
discussing
organizing
validating
observing
enjoying
participating
discovering
comparing

constructing  designing comparing building transporting classifying adding subtracting ordering apportioning originating measuring restructuring balancing sorting dividing multiplying arranging

constructing
designing
comparing
building
transporting
classifying
adding
subtracting
ordering
apportioning
originating
measuring
restructuring
balancing
sorting
dividing
multiplying
arranging

expressing communicating responding recalling dancing moving listening improvising creating accomplishing achieving experiencing

expressing
communicating
responding
recalling
dancing
moving
listening
improvising
creating
accomplishing
achieving
experiencing

 

 

 

From Young Children Magazine…a publication of the National Association for the Education of Young Children…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

thanks to Rosalie Blau, Ann Zavitkovsky and Docia Zavitkovsky…

 

 

 

 

 

photographs by Jean Berlfein

imagining socializing improvising cooperating initiating imitating fantasizing verbalizing pretending recreating directing encouraging sharing

imagining
socializing
improvising
cooperating
initiating
imitating
fantasizing
verbalizing
pretending
recreating
directing
encouraging
sharing

 

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About cthebean

Educator, musician, social justice activist...and now a blogger. Children deserve unflinching support from adults.....they deserve nothing less. All kids . Everybody's kids. Everywhere.
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