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  • Bully's Parents
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    It was a bright sunny Saturday morning. All the neighborhood children were playing soccer at the homeowners' picnic. There was a new kid on the block; a quiet fellow by name of Mustafa. I saw him sitting with him mother the whole time. He never came to play with the other children. I automatically termed him a 'mama's boy'. So I invited him to play with us. At first he refused. Ultimately him mother convinced to come and play with us and that we were really harmless and that it would be really g...
  • Play Therapy For Dibs
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    "Sometimes he sat mute and unmoving all morning or crawled about the schoolroom floor oblivious to the other children or to his teacher". The book Dibs is a testimony of a child who seemed to be mentally retarded because he has created his own world inside of him. In her book, Virginia Axline proves that the therapy by the play is a way of curing people such as Dibs. During her book, she gives lecture to the reader of a recording taken from the sessions with the little child. During this expose,...
  • Perfect Child
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    Mutation, by Robin Cook, is a twisted and scientific adventure, of a man's dream to create the perfect son. He succeeds in his quest yet, his results are not what you might say praiseworthy. Victor, the main character, tried to create the perfect son. He later discovers that his so-called perfect son, VJ, is not who and what he thought. VJ is a mastermind who is obsessed with learning as much as he can, and kills whoever gets in his way. Tampering with genetic makeup and cloning, are not good ex...
  • Play With Objects Once A Child's Attention
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    Child's Play: The First Two Years of Life In the first two years of life play is both a reflection of and an influence on all areas of infant development: intellectual, social, emotional and physical. Play is a central, all-encompassing characteristic of infant development, allowing children to learn about the world and themselves. Even during the first half-year of life infant's really do play, even though the interpretation of what is play and what is exploration must first be established. The...
  • Child With A Mental Illness
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    Forgotten Kids are children that have disabilities that are barely visible. They have their arms and legs, can see and hear, run, play, etc., but most have never been invited to a birthday party or to a sleep over. They are the last to be chosen to play and the first to be blamed. Their illnesses aren't fatal, but a small part of their hearts and souls die with every rejection. Their behaviors seem odd or unpredictable to themselves as much as to society. They are misunderstood and overlooked, t...
  • Physical Play
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    My childhood was a very happy one. I was given the attention a child was supposed to have been given when been raised. My mother gave birth to me on March 22, 1984 in Mount Sinai hospital. As a toddler I bonded really well with my fellow peers. I used all the different types of play growing up such as physical play, sensorimotor play and more. I was especially prone to rough and tumble play, which was horsing around, beating my friend, and get myself, beat down. That's the type of play where my ...
  • Interest In The Instrument The Suzuki Teacher
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    As you may already know a violin program is being added to our wonderful school. While preparing for the violin class my music teacher explained an old method used in Japan to teach children how to play the violin. It is called "The Suzuki Method", and was created none other than Suzuki himself. Mr. Suzuki wanted to find an easy way for young children to play the difficult, yet defined instrument of the violin. Suzuki thought that all Japanese children were intelligent enough to learn the violin...
  • Children Play At The Competitive Level
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    Neil Meyer Professor Foreman ENC 1101 MWF 11: 00 Sept. 5, 2003 Children Could Play and Compete "Children Need to Play, Not Compete" by Jessica Statsky leaves the reader with several valid points denouncing competitive sports for children between the ages of six and twelve. While there is some truth to her article, her view cannot be applied to all children. For some athletically inclined youngsters, competitive sports are the only opportunity to play with others of similar abilities; it would be...

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