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Effects of Play on the Social Development of Preschool Children

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DOI: 10.4236/ce.2019.1012191    235 Downloads   696 Views

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This concept paper aims to provide early exposure and an understanding of the effectiveness of playing on the social development of children. Generally, children that play more are better at self-control, cooperation, thoughtfulness, sociable and have a higher social competence. There are various importances of play that are involved in the process of teaching and learning that affects the social development of children. This concept paper focuses on the theories, definitions, interests, and the components of the social development of children. This paper discusses the implications of play on the social development of children.

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Rauf, A. and Bakar, K. (2019) Effects of Play on the Social Development of Preschool Children. Creative Education, 10, 2640-2648. doi: 10.4236/ce.2019.1012191.

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