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  1. I would like to go with point communication…
    Whether playing with friends, parents or family, children will engage in cooperative activities that help to hone both their communication and negotiation skills, learning how to share toys, take turns and assist others around them. Problem-solving is also a huge component of social play, as children learn how to work through their playtime problems together

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  2. I would like to go with point communication while playing.By playing with others, children learn the art of communication. They come to recognize facial expressions and body language. They figure out how to strike up and carry on conversations, and how to express their thoughts and desires in a way that won’t cause problems and put a stop to the group game.Play enables children to practice the language skills they have learnt and build on their expanding vocabulary.
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  3. I will go with point ‘Communication’ and ‘Problem Solving’.
    💁‍♀️ Communication: Whether playing with friends, parents or family, children will engage in cooperative activities that help to sharpen both their communication and negotiation skills, learning how to share toys, take turns and assist others around them.
    💁‍♀️Problem-solving. All modalities of play offer the chance for children to confidently explore different processes and outcomes. When children engage in open-ended play it increases divergent problem-solving (a problem where more than one solution exists) ability.

    Regards
    Harleen

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  4. Greetings to all
    I would go with problem solving as playing let’s you aware of the situation and helps you to take a quick decision. Decision making skill always inherent to build good relationships and strong connections between the parties involved. It’s better to deal with the situation in hand rather than making it more complicated. Making things more feasible is what let’s you aware of the current situation. What should be the priority should be the need of the hour. Sometimes you may take time but delays are not an option. It’s better to be late than never.

    Kind Regards
    Divya

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  5. Greetings to all!
    I would like to go with communication.It is essential part of our life.With this skill students learn how to talk, how to learn new things as they listen everyone views .Child can share their own views in front of other people and it encourages them to share their problems. It’s a important skill for holistic growth of the child.

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  6. Greetings of the day!
    I would like to go with point Observation. According to my experience, educators and parents should observe children at play because it will help you better understand the strengths and needs of each individual child. We unconsciously and consciously observe our surroundings on a daily basis; the people around us, our own actions and the environment we are surrounded by.

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  7. Greetings Everyone!!!
    Problem-Solving Skills
    When children are given the opportunity to easily and confidently explore different outcomes and alternative processes within their playtime, it serves to develop their ability to use problem-solving skills in a creative manner. The type of play that encourages this development is commonly known as exploratory play.
    Opportunities for exploratory play are easy to discover at each of the Children’s Museum’s four locations, where children can see how a flowing stream impacts different objects as they splash through the fun water play stations.

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  8. Greetings to all!!!!!!
    Problem-solving skills help you determine the source of a problem and find an effective solution. Although problem-solving is often identified as its own separate skill, there are other related skills that contribute to this ability.
    A motor skill is a function that involves specific movements of the body’s muscles to perform a certain task. These tasks could include walking, running, or riding a bike. In order to perform this skill, the body’s nervous system, muscles, and brain have to all work together.[1] The goal of motor skill is to optimize the ability to perform the skill at the rate of success, precision, and to reduce the energy consumption required for performance.
    Regards
    Sania

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  9. Greetings to all
    I would like to go with listening skills.Listening enhance your ability to understand better and make you a better communicator, it also makes the experience of speaking to you more enjoyable to other people.Listening is the ability to accurately receive and interpret messages in the communication process. It is the key to all effective communication.

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    Saloni Arora

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  10. Greetings to all!
    I would like to go with problem solving, Problem-solving skills help you determine why an issue is happening and how to resolve that issue. It’s one of the key skills that employers seek in job applicants. Problem Solving starts with identifying the issue, coming up with solutions, implementing those solutions, and evaluating their effectiveness.

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    Sannia Gulati

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  11. Greetings everyone!!
    Children experience different types of development through play, for example:

    physical development
    intellectual development
    social development
    It improves their fine and gross motor skills.
    During play, children learn to move, balance and lift things.
    This helps them develop the fundamental movement skills that will help them stay active in later life.
    As children get older, physical play will also help them to stay healthy and active.
    It also strengthens their bones and muscles.

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  12. As per my point of view playing makes a person alrounder in aspects. He built up his motor skills, emotional, team work spirit, physical development. On become a good listener, communicator, problem solver. He is eye and hand coordination becomes parfect

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  13. As per my point of view playing makes a person alrounder in aspects. He built up his motor skills, emotional, team work spirit, physical development. On become a good listener, communicator, problem solver. His eye and hand coordination becomes perfect.

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  14. Greetings to all…
    I would like to go with point no.”communication.”With this skill students learn how to talk, how to learn new things as they listen everyone views .Child can share their own views in front of other people and it encourages them to share their problems. It’s a important skill for holistic growth of the child.
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    Pooja Malhotra

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  15. I think Problem-Solving Skills
    When children are given the opportunity to easily and confidently explore different outcomes and alternative processes within their playtime, it serves to develop their ability to use problem-solving skills in a creative manner. The type of play that encourages this development is commonly known as exploratory play.
    Opportunities for exploratory play are easy to discover at each of the Children’s Museum’s four locations, where children can see how a flowing stream impacts different objects as they splash through the fun water play stations.

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  16. Play is an integral part of a child’s learning. It teaches them how to interact with their environment, solve problems, learn new motor skills, and acquire language. One great way to build language skills is to sit with your child and actively engage in play with them. Many strategies help to foster language development during play likewise provide “communication temptations” to encourage the child to initiate communication, by keeping desired items out of the child’s reach.
    Close items that the child cannot open independently as well as by pausing in the middle of a routine or song. And also by Wind up a toy and let it finish until it needs to be wound again. These techniques can work miraculous to enhance communication skills of children by Play.

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  17. According to me communication is very important. Each student should know how to communicate with each other or with elders or with teachers properly. They should know how to converse with everyone respectfully.
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    Priyanka Malhotra

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  18. Greetings to All!
    I would say that the skills that are best sharpened are observations and patterns. Any sport be it indoor or outdoor requires observation and pattern of the opponents every move. Sometimes these observations gives us new tricks and techniques through which we can better our game. Thus having a keen eye always benefits our strategic mind.

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  19. Greetings!!!
    I will go with point no 10.
    Problem-Solving Skills
    When children are given the opportunity to easily and confidently explore different outcomes and alternative processes within their playtime, it serves to develop their ability to use problem-solving skills in a creative manner. The type of play that encourages this development is commonly known as exploratory play. Opportunities for exploratory play are easy to discover at each of the Children’s Museum’s four locations, where children can see how a flowing stream impacts different objects as they splash through the fun water play stations, dig for “dinosaur bones” in a dig pit or predict precisely where and when the next apple will fall from the tree!

    Regards
    Avinash Bharti

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  20. Greetings!!!
    I will go with point no 10.
    *Problem-Solving Skills*
    When children are given the opportunity to easily and confidently explore different outcomes and alternative processes within their playtime, it serves to develop their ability to use problem-solving skills in a creative manner. The type of play that encourages this development is commonly known as exploratory play. Opportunities for exploratory play are easy to discover at each of the Children’s Museum’s four locations, where children can see how a flowing stream impacts different objects as they splash through the fun water play stations, dig for “dinosaur bones” in a dig pit or predict precisely where and when the next apple will fall from the tree!.

    Regards
    Avinash Bharti

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  21. Greetings of the day!!!!

    Motor development. Drawing, painting, dancing, singing, climbing… all establish both fine and large motor skills.

    From offering children a chance to ask questions, problem solve, work collaboratively and conduct structured experimentation, play is a key component of learning at Whitby. One way that Whitby teachers bring a sense of play into the classroom is by taking an activity-based approach to nearly every subject.

    For example, when our teachers read a book aloud, they encourage young students to turn each page and follow each word with their fingers. They can also prompt students to talk to each other about the content, and to talk about the associations it sparks from their own lives. Teachers also engage kids’ imaginations and sense of curiosity by asking “What do you think will happen next?”

    Students are also given an opportunity to bring stories to life through dramatic play. When children are given opportunities to act out scenes and express themselves, they improve their social confidence, increase their ability to see the perspectives of others and increase the attention they give to the literature.

    Play gives children a chance to practice what they’re learning.

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  22. Greetings to all!
    I would like to go with communication. It is essential part of our life. With this skill students learn how to talk, how to learn new things as they listen everyone views. Child can share their own views in front of other people and it encourages them to share their problems. It’s a important skill for holistic growth of the child.
    Regards
    Harpreet Sethi

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  23. Playing is a multi faceted activity and it helps the player/viewer on various levels. Playing improves our fine and gross motor skills. It enhances our physical and mental health, increases our hand, eye coordination and helps in socio emotional bonding for viewers as well as players.

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  24. I would like to with the point no. 2
    ☔️ Point no. 2 ( Communication ) =
    Communication is very important because it is vital in developing & maintaining relationships. It includes an understanding of how to interact & engage with others & an ability to understand the nuances of non-verbal communication as well as being able to attend to & respond to what is being said. Being able to communicate is vital to being an effective educator. Communication not only conveys information but it encourages effort, modifies attitudes & stimulates thinking. Without it, messages become distorted & learning is stifled.

    In short ⚽️

    Good 💠
    communication ♻️
    is the key 🗝️
    of success, 🌈
    without 🎲
    any stress.🌀

    Harpreet Singh ✍️

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  25. I would like to go with Communication.
    Communication play uses words and gestures as the primary means of play. These games and activities help kids practice those essential communication skills including picking up on body language, listening to others, and having conversations.It helps the child to develop his/her speech, his/her ability to think, confidence, control and how s/he relates to members of the family, other people and the society in which the child lives. It boosts children’s vocabulary.

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  26. Greetings of the Day!
    I would like to go with observation.Observation skills refer to the ability to use all five of your senses to recognize, analyze and recall your surroundings. This practice is often associated with mindfulness because it encourages you to be present and aware of the details of your daily life.

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  27. I go with point Observation.
    Observation, as the name implies, is a way of collecting data through observing. This data collection method is classified as a participatory study, because the researcher has to immerse herself in the setting where her respondents are, while taking notes and/or recording. Observation data collection method may involve watching, listening, reading, touching, and recording behavior and characteristics of phenomena.
    Regards
    Raghav

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  28. Greetings of the day!
    Communication and observations are aspects we learn at play. Communication helps someone to develop his/her speech, ability to think and confidence. Moreover, it will help you better understand the strength and needs of an each individual.
    Regards
    Ruby chahal

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  29. Greetings to all!
    I will go with the option Problem solving. There is only ONE way to improve any skill – and that is by actually doing the same task again and again and again until you become the best at it. That is the ONE way and the ONLY way to become good at anything.
    When trying to solve a problem, come up with as many solutions as possible, even if they sound ridiculous to you. Brainstorm bad ideas! I’ve come to learn that it’s better to focus on brainstorming bad ideas when trying to think of creative and innovative solutions. Even if the ideas we come up with could be considered stupid or ridiculous, brainstorming bad ideas removes the pressure of having to conceive good ideas and allows us to push past obvious answers. Terrible ideas can be reevaluated and turned into something unique and brilliant.

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  30. I will go with point ‘CommunicationCommunication: Whether playing with friends, parents or family, children will engage in cooperative activities that help to sharpen both their communication and negotiation skills, learning how to share toys, take turns and assist others around them.

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  31. I would like to go with point communication…
    Whether playing with friends, parents or family, children will engage in cooperative activities that help to hone both their communication and negotiation skills, learning how to share toys, take turns and assist others around them. Problem-solving is also a huge component of social play, as children learn how to work through their playtime problems together

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  32. Greetings to all,
    I would like to go with problem solving and observation, Problem-solving skills help you determine why an issue is happening and how to resolve that issue. And observation is a most important part of life as while playing we can observe each and every thing according to the particular situation and than react accordingly.

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  33. Problem-solving skills help you determine the source of a problem and find an effective solution. Although problem-solving is often identified as its own separate skill, there are other related skills that contribute to this ability.
    A motor skill is a function that involves specific movements of the body’s muscles to perform a certain task. These tasks could include walking, running, or riding a bike. In order to perform this skill, the body’s nervous system, muscles, and brain have to all work together.[1] The goal of motor skill is to optimize the ability to perform the skill at the rate of success, precision, and to reduce the energy consumption required for performance.

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  34. Greetings to all!
    I would like to go with point problem solving skills.During playing,the child will explore their senses that help them in solving problems for example ,when a child tries to fit a round block to the square hole but couldn’t find it in.This will allow the child to think and prompt the child to find another hole that can fit the round block..Playing with items like blocks, simple puzzles,and dress-up clothes can teach your child the process of problem solving.

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