D1 – A school is where education is given to children up to the age of 16 years by teaching them given topics in subjects.
D2– A typical age range at a school is 4 to 6 years of age. This type of play is cooperative play. For example, doing a maths problem in a team.
D3/D8 – One type of play that may take place in a school is creative play. This is when...
D4 – An example of creative play in a school for children aged 4 to 6 years may be when they are painting. They could use red paint and say it represents lips because they may be drawing a face.
D6 – In the problem solving area with children aged 4 to 6 years, a puzzle such as a jigsaw could be challenging because they will have to find the right piece to fit one to another. The risks would be that they could choke on them; this is unlikely for this age group but still a risk.
C1 - The resources you will need for the puzzle activity using the jigsaw are you to supervise the children in what they are meant to be doing, the jigsaw puzzle and a table where the children can carry out the activity.
D1 – Kids play is where children can play in an adventurous kind of way by doing this such as rock climbing, slides and trampolines.
D2 - A typical age range at kids play is 2 to 3 years of age. This age of play is called parallel play. For example, when the children play on the trampolines.
D3 – One type of play that may take place at kids play for ages 2 to 3 years is imaginary play. This is where children imagine things with equipment and make it into a game.
D4 – An example of imaginary play for children aged 2 to 3 years is when children imagine a piece of apparatus as a pirate ship.
D6 – In kids play for children aged 2 to 3 years, a trampoline can be challenge because the child may find it hard to balance and may even be afraid and out of their comfort zone so this could boost their confidence in trying out new things. The risks on a trampoline could be falling over and hurting themselves.
C1 – The resources you need for the children jumping on a trampoline are you to supervise them, the trampoline and making sure the children are wearing socks so that they don’t injure themselves.
D1 – Wicksteed Park is a place where children can play on apparatus and theme park rides such as the dodgems.
D2 - A typical age range at Wicksteed Park is 3 to 4 years of age. This type of play is called associative play. For example, playing on a seesaw with...