Indoor Activity #1:
Date and Time of Observation: 10/24/14 8:45 am
Number of Participants (including subject): Play of choice (Play house and blocks), 4 Participants (Christine Included) Duration of Activity: Start: 9:15am End: 10:10amA thorough description of the play dynamics: As Christine is playing with 3 girls she seems to be enjoying that free time very well. Christine is using her gross motor skills to build blocks and seems to be building perfectly except for one thing, she is building them to high and does not seem to understand why they fall and she gets frustrated. As she gets frustrated she realizes that it is not worth being mad and she builds them back in an instant. Her peers are complaining about her because she lies to get what she wants and she is constantly taking things without asking from her friends. Even though Christine is aware of the rules she is constantly breaking them and playing unfair. Another peer went with her and started playing unfair as well and Christine disliked that her friend was playing that way when she does the same. Her peer that went took over her game, Christine became frustrated and went to play something else. Christine is now playing make-believe with her one of her friends. She opened the play fridge and yelled across the classroom “Mom where is the frosting” to her friend. She then opened the fridge once again and said “never mind, I found it” and she pulled out an empty bowl. Christine was developing benefits of make-believe play because she was memorizing the role of a daughter, used language literacy to communicate with her friend, and creativity. She now grabbed a couple of aprons and she was tying them down to a chair and said she was making a roof to her house. She used her fine motor skills to tie up the knot to the chair. When she finished doing her “roof” she was pretending to talk on the phone with her friend. FUNCTIONS OF PLAY***:
Sensorimotor Development: Christine used her...
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