Structured play - A type of activity that has a set of rules or instructions with a goal, Unstructured play - Open-ended play that has no specific learning objective, Unoccupied play - Children are relatively still and their play appears scattered, Solitary play - Play occurs when children entertain themselves without any other social involvement, Onlooker play - Children sit back and engagingly watch other children playing, Parallel play - This occurs when children play next to each other, but are not really interacting together, Associative play - Instead of being more focused on the activity or object involved in play, children begin to be more interested in the other players., Cooperative play - Children share, take turns and negotiate control in these types of play scenarios., Forest School - A staffed open space risky play area,




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