Nvq Level 3 Answers

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4.1 Describe benefits of

Physical play - Babies and young children need physical play and exercise to increase their stamina and strength this will improve muscle tone and muscle usage. Play Improve bone strength and heart and lung capacity, improved coordination, catching and throwing skills, enjoyment, motivation and social skills, energy boost, helps stop stress and anxiety, positive affect of self esteem. Physical play and movement help stimulate much brain growth and facilitate key connections for learning, regular exercise and engagements in all varieties of physical activity are critical for healthy brain development in children. These activities are used good for physical development at a childcare setting. Outside slides, logs to climb and balance on, trikes and balance bikes, tractor wheels to climb and use to pull on, balls to roll. These are some of the activities we have at the preschool our environments are planned around giving the child the maximum opportunities to have physical activities and children need space to do physical activities.

Creative play
Creative play helps children to express their feelings and ideas about people, object and events. Adults can encourage creative play by offering children a range of different materials and play opportunities in dance, music, painting, drawing, messy play etc. It helps children with
Physical coordination
Developing language
Developing ideas
Developing relationship with others
Their self esteem and confidence
Positive thinking

Imaginative play

Imaginative play is essentially when children are role playing and are acting out various experiences they may have had or something that is of some interest to them. They are experimenting with decision making on how to behave and are also practising their social skills. Children learn from experience: from what happens around…...

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