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Where Do The Children Play


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  1. But tell me, where do the children play? Well you roll on roads over fresh green grass For your lorry loads pumping petrol gas And you make them long, and you make them tough But they just go on and on, and it seems you can't get off Oh, I know we've come a long way We're changing day to day But tell me, where do the children play?
  2. Watch the new video for Where Do The Children Play?. Despite being half a century old, Where Do The Children Play? could hardly be more relevant to the state of our world right now – save for a few lines about mobile phones and the internet perhaps! Its brilliance lies in the fact that it recognises and even celebrates human progress while calling for the awareness and restraint to ensure.
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  5. These are areas where children can safely read, rest and play, do homework and benefit from coaching for their studies – places where they can simply be children again. We’re helping educate and rehabilitate girls – either at home or in alternative care – providing a safe alternative to life as a sex worker and breaking the cycle of.
  6. The dynamic aspects of computers often engage children in mathematical play more so than do physical manipulatives or paper materials. For example, two preschoolers were playing with activities called "Party Time" from the Building Blocks project in which they could put out any number of items, with the computer counting and labeling for them.
  7. Many early childhood educators, myself included, believe that every classroom should have a full set of unit blocks, assorted props tied to children’s current interests and experiences, open storage shelves, and plenty of space and time to build and rebuild invented and familiar structures.
  8. Today, many children do not have enough play opportunities at home because of TV, videos, and the computer. They interact with toys that are not conducive to building imagination and interesting dramatic play themes. In many instances, pretend play with siblings and neighborhood children is not available.

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