Games with Rules

Ch. 19 Supporting Children’s Game Playing

 

Children playing with parachute
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CHOOSE ONE– Select at least one of the resources below to learn the best ways to facilitate children’s learning through games.

In this video, Lytle shares three games that children can play at home with their families. In addition, you will see how one family approaches playing games with their children.

In this video, Nichols shares a variety of puzzles children can play at home and the developmental benefits of puzzle play.

In this segment from National Public Radio, Turner focuses the discussion on children’s competitive nature and how this relates to children’s development.

 

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