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The parent would like to see more “academics” in your classroom. You will create a flyer as a response to the parent defending play in the classroom. You will be able to use this flyer as a handout to all the parents in your classroom. How does play address adaptive skill development?
Weegy: Thinking a lot but not getting it. Your clue is confusing. _. A _T_I _A. But really interesting. Let me know the answer quickly Is it PANTRICA. I just guessed User: i need a flyer to send out to parent on how play addresses adaptive skill development Weegy: Adaptive behavior is a type of behavior that is used to adjust to another type of behavior or situation. [ This is often characterized by a kind of behavior that allows an individual to change an unconstructive or disruptive behavior to something more constructive. These behaviors are most often social or personal behaviors. For example a constant repetitive action could be re-focused on something that creates or builds something. In other words the behavior can be adapted to something else. Maladaptive behavior is a type of behavior that is often used to reduce one's anxiety, but the result is dysfunctional and non-productive. For example, avoiding situations because you have unrealistic fears may initially reduce your anxiety, but it is non-productive in alleviating the actual problem in the long term. Maladaptivity is frequently used as an indicator of abnormality or mental dysfunction, since its assessment is relatively free from subjectivity. However, many behaviors considered moral can be apparently maladaptive, such as dissent or abstinence. ] User: so what could i put on the fyer to send out to parent about that (More)
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Weegy: Adaptive behavior is a type of behavior that is used to adjust to another type of behavior or situation. [ [ This is often characterized by a kind of behavior that allows an individual to change an unconstructive or disruptive behavior to something more constructive. These behaviors are most often social or personal behaviors. For example a constant repetitive action could be re-focused on something that creates or builds something. In other words the behavior can be adapted to something else. Maladaptive behavior is a type of behavior that is often used to reduce one's anxiety, but the result is dysfunctional and non-productive. For example, avoiding situations because you have unrealistic fears may initially reduce your anxiety, but it is non-productive in alleviating the actual problem in the long term. Maladaptivity is frequently used as an indicator of abnormality or mental dysfunction, since its assessment is relatively free from subjectivity. However, many behaviors considered moral can be apparently maladaptive, such as dissent or abstinence. ] ] (More)
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how play addresses Cognitive (Thinking Skills) development User: how play addresses physical development
Weegy: Throw, climb, build, paint, and dance! What's the best way to support children's physical growth? Lots of movement, all day long. FROM THE PLAYGROUND to the art area, [ children develop motor skills as they have fun with a variety of classic early childhood materials and equipment. Balls. Large balls for toddlers and a variety of sizes for older children develop eye-hand coordination, throwing and catching skills, eye-foot coordination, arm and hand strength, and agility. Climbers, Ladders, and Bridges. Outdoor climbing equipment is one of the best ways to encourage children's physical development. And if you have adequate fall zones and enough space for children to run around without bumping into each other, it's also one of the safest. Climbing up ladders, running over bridges, crawling through tunnels, and swinging on overhead rings develop upper and lower body strength. There is also good climbing equipment designed for toddlers just learning to walk. Paints and Brushes. Using large and small paintbrushes helps children develop upper body coordination, fine-motor skills, muscle control, eye-hand coordination, and basic writing skills. Tapes, Records, and Musical Instruments. Dance and creative movement activities develop total body coordination. Using instruments helps children develop gross- and fine-motor skills-and it's a lot of fun! Tricycles. Using a tricycle develops balance, eye-hand coordination, foot and leg strength, and overall body awareness. To maximize physical development, you need to have safe and sturdy trikes and lots of paths with inclines, declines, and textured surfaces. It's also important to have enough trikes to go around! Wooden Blocks. Unit and hollow blocks are excellent materials to develop arm, hand, back, and leg strength. Even finger-grasping is developed as children pick up and release the blocks. ] (More)
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Weegy: Play promotes physical development by helping children strengthen their upper and lower bodies through activities such as swinging, climbing, throwing balls, jumping and balancing, according to the Missouri University Extension. [ Children also develop and strengthen smaller muscles such as those in the fingers and toes during active outdoor play, as well as during sorting activities, coloring and block play. ] (More)
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How can play address cognitive development in my classroom?
Weegy: play is essential for all children’s healthy development and learning across all ages, domains, and cultures. [ Play does the following: Enables children to make sense of their world Develops social and cultural understandings Allows children to express their thoughts and feelings Fosters flexible and divergent thinking Provides opportunities to meet and solve real problems. ] (More)
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