Childhood play

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  • The child is father of the man. How else can I explain it? Why else should it mean so much? Why else should I approach each college basketball season, particularly that part of it known to much of America as March Madness, with such a mixture of delight and terror, euphoria and dread? Why should a particular game, played with a round ball by twentyyear- olds in short pants often hundreds of miles away, mean so much to me, since I seem to have so little to gain or lose by its outcome?

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  • “ as a founding member of Greenprint, RREEF Real Estate has and continues to play a leadership role in defining the metrics that Greenprint will collect in future reporting rounds, and how the reporting process can be increasingly automated, transparent, and compatible with the established set of portfolio management tools widely used in the commercial real estate industry.”

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  • The book arises from thinking a lot, reading a lot, discussing a lot, and from a series of psychological studies undertaken in the last 20 years in collaboration with people who started working with me as graduate students. These people are (in alphabetical order). Alisha Ali, Elise Axelrad, Angela Biason, Valentine Cadieux, Maja Djikic, Allan Eng, Mitra Gholamain, Alison Kerr, Laurette Larocque, Gerald Lazare, Raymond Mar, Maria Medved, Seema Nundy, Janet Sinclair, Patricia Steckley, and Rebecca Wells - Jopling.

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  • A wigwam of weather-stained canvas stood at the base of some irregularly ascending hills. A footpath wound its way gently down the sloping land till it reached the broad river bottom; creeping through the long swamp grasses that bent over it on either side, it came out on the edge of the Missouri. Here, morning, noon, and evening, my mother came to draw water from the muddy stream for our household use. Always, when my mother started for the river, I stopped my play to run along with her. She was only of medium height. Often she was sad and silent, at which times her...

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  • An economy’s trade patterns create one channel for the cross-border transmission of shocks. While the average economy in our data had a current account very close to zero in 2007, the range is quite large. Trade openness, measured by the ratio of the sum of exports plus imports to GDP, captures the importance of trade. The average in our data is 98% of GDP, but the standard deviation of 66 percentage points implies a wide distribution. Finally, a country’s natural endowment may play a role in its macroeconomic performance.

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  • My first book, The Games Do Count, examined the early sports lives of seventy-three of America’s best and brightest, not one of whom was a professional athlete. The letters, e-mails, and requests for autographs poured into my small office at Fox & Friends at an incredible rate. The book made a home for itself on the bestseller list for weeks and sold well for over a year. Why? Well, judging from the letters, readers bought it because it was the first book that told stories we could all relate to.

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  • This review is part of a wider enquiry conducted on behalf of Play England and the British Toy & Hobby Association (BTHA) for the 2011 Make Time to Play Campaign. It examines the importance of providing good-quality play opportunities to children, their families and their communities. This body of research informs a campaign around the concept of ‘A World Without Play’. Play is fundamental to children’s happiness and well-being, and the evidence shows that it is also influential in their health and future life chances.

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  • Martin Luther King, Jr., is well known for his work in civil rights and for his many famous speeches, among them is his moving “I Have A Dream” speech. But fewer people know much about King’s childhood. M.L., as he was called, was born in 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia, at 5 the home of his maternal grandfather. M.L.’s grandfather, the ReverendA.D. Williams, purchased their home on Auburn Avenue in 1909, twenty years before M.L. was born. The Reverend Williams, an eloquent speaker, played an important role in the community since so many people’s lives centered around the church.

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  • 101 Colors and Shapes Activities is divided into eight chapters, each one reflecting an early childhood curriculum area. You will find activities to foster the children’s social and emotional development, language and literacy skills, and understanding of math concepts. You will also find science activities that strengthen the children’s observation and reasoning skills, music and movement activities that get everyone involved, and group art activities that inspire creativity and cooperation.

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  • Circle time is an important part of an early childhood program. Circle time gives young children an opportunity to learn how to be a part of a group, develop listening skills, experience music and movement, and play games. Circle time also can be a time for introducing new concepts and practicing language, math, and science skills that will be the building blocks for their future learning.

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  • 101 Number Activities is divided into eight chapters, each one reflecting an early childhood curriculum area. You will find activities to foster children’s social and emotional development, language and literacy skills, and understanding of math concepts. You will also find science activities that strengthen the children’s observation and reasoning skills, music and movement activities that get everyone involved, and art activities that inspire creativity and cooperation.

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  • The point of view shots here allow us to experience the emotions of the female lead character as she is left alone in a room full of policemen. In a very direct way, we gain an insight into the emotional vulnerability of the character played by Jodie Foster and empathise with her. This visit to the funeral home also triggers her childhood memory of the trauma she suffered when her father was killed. The point of view shot leads us into a flashback in a very subtle and seamless way – another example of the invisible storytelling of the continuity...

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  • The problem of overweight affects more than 1 in 7 youth ages 6 to 17 (Flegal, et al., 2002; Ogden, et al., 2002). A number of factors contribute to this rising rate of childhood overweight; however, scientists and medical professionals agree that poor diet and lack of physical activity play some of the most important roles in children being overweight (Berkey, et al., 2000; Rowlands, et al., 1999). Sub-optimal levels of physical activity and poor ...

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  • "A Merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." The desire to play and frolic seems to be a heritage of mankind. In infancy and early childhood this joy and exuberance of spirit is given full sway. In youth, that effervescent stage of human existence, "joy is unconfined." But in middle age and later life we are prone to stifle this wholesome atmosphere of happiness, with care and worry and perhaps, when a vexed or worried feeling has been allowed to control us, even forbid the children to play at that time. Why not reverse things and drown care and strife...

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  • Much social science research on child development has focused on the role played by social class and socioeconomic factors like childhood poverty and family income, low parent education, and the more limited opportunities and negative influences faced by minority children. And indeed, the survey data show that the developmental problems listed above are more common among children from low-income families, families where parents have less than a high school education, and Black and Hispanic families.

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  • As ancient exile at the close of day, Paused on his country's farthest hills to view Those valleys sinking in the distant blue Where all the joys and hopes of childhood lay; So now across the years our thoughts will stray To those whose hearts were ever brave and true, Who gave the hope and faith from which we drew The strength to climb thus far upon our way. As he amid the rocks and twilight gray, Saw rocks and steeps transform to stairs, and knew He wandered not alone; so may we too See this, our tentless crag where wild winds play A Bethel...

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  • For the benefits of play to be used to their full advantage, support must come from everyone. The NICE report on promoting physical activity for children and young people, carried out on behalf of the Department of Health, states that responsibility for increasing physical activity levels in childhood should involve a range of professional bodies (NICE 2009). This includes community and voluntary groups, government departments, local authorities, early years, play and youth service providers, the police, health service providers, the private sector, schools and colleges.

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  • The Working Group believes that, in addition to making a meaningful contribution to the diet, foods marketed to children should also be those with minimal quantities of nutrients that could have a negative impact on health and weight. Nutrition Principle B therefore proposes targets for limiting the amount of sodium, saturated fat, trans fat, and added sugars. In selecting the four specific nutrients, the Working Group is again drawing from recommendations from the 2010 DGA.

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  • The definition of play is both complex and contested and has long been the subject of social and academic debate. The increase in structured ‘play’ sessions and emergence of technology-based play has led to further confusion over the nature and meaning of play (Lester and Russell 2008). What is clear is that play is an innate childhood instinct, that is not only enjoyable but also crucial to the processes of learning and development.

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  • Opportunities for play, throughout childhood, contribute to children’s life chances and development and active toddlers who grow up enjoying physically active play, especially in natural environments, may be laying the foundations for better health and a longer life than sedentary children (Pretty and others 2009). Active play is the most common type of physical activity children take part in outside of school, and outdoor and unstructured play may be one of the best forms of physical activity for children (BHF 2009).

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