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by Joe L. Frost

Author: Joe L. Frost
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (October 27, 2009)
Pages: 320 pages
Category: Teaching and Education
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This valuable book traces the history of children's play and play environments from their roots in ancient Greece and Rome to the present time in the high stakes testing environment.

This valuable book traces the history of children's play and play environments from their roots in ancient Greece and Rome to the present time in the high stakes testing environment. Through this exploration, scholar Dr. Joe Frost shows how this history informs where we are today and why we need to re-establish play as a priority. Ultimately, the author proposes active solutions to play deprivation.

Children’s play throughout history has been free, spontaneous, and intertwined with work, set in the playgrounds of. .

Children’s play throughout history has been free, spontaneous, and intertwined with work, set in the playgrounds of the fields, streams, and barnyards. Children in cities enjoyed similar forms of play but their playgrounds were the vacant lands and parks. This valuable book traces the history of children’s play and play environments from their roots in ancient Greece and Rome to the present time in the high stakes testing environment.

A History of Children's .has been added to your Basket. -Teachers College Record. Joe L. Frost is the Parker Centennial Professor Emeritus, University of Texas.

children living in cities the same opportunities for free play with waste materials and tools that were enjoyed by. Frost, Joe L. (2010). A History of Children's Play and Play Environments: Toward a Contemporary Child-Saving Movement. p. 185. ISBN 1135251673.

children living in cities the same opportunities for free play with waste materials and tools that were enjoyed by children living in rural areas. The adventure playground is an attempt to give the city child a substitute for the play and development potential it has lost as the city has become a place where there is no space for the child's imagination and play.

Toward a Contemporary Child-Saving Movement. Publisher: Routledge. Print ISBN: 9780415806190, 0415806194. Children’s play throughout history has been free, spontaneous, and intertwined with work, set in the playgrounds of the fields, streams, and barnyards.

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Are you sure you want to remove A history of children's play and play environments from your list? A history of children's play and play environments. Includes bibliographical references and index. Children's play throughout history has been free, spontaneous, and intertwined with work, set in the playgrounds of the fields, streams, and barnyards. This valuable book traces the history of children's play and play environments from their roots in ancient Greece and Rome to the present time in the high stakes testing environment.

The play of Native American children as well as the play and work of the children of slavery is shown to influence the .

The play of Native American children as well as the play and work of the children of slavery is shown to influence the transference of cultures across generations. The early child-saving movement, where social reformers engaged in rescuing children from crime, homelessness, child labor, child abuse, and poverty, is described in Chapter 3. Many organizations were established for children, such as the YMCA, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Camp Fire Girls, during this time as well as child welfare programs, child labor legislation, and compulsory education.

Young children use movement to explore their environment, practice physical skills, and interact with people and . A history of children’s play and play environments: Toward a contemporary child-saving movement. New York, NY: Taylor & Francis.

Young children use movement to explore their environment, practice physical skills, and interact with people and objects around them. Gallahue, . & Ozmun, J. (1998).

Children’s play throughout history has been free, spontaneous, and intertwined with work, set in the playgrounds of the fields, streams, and barnyards. Children in cities enjoyed similar forms of play but their playgrounds were the vacant lands and parks. Today, children have become increasingly inactive, abandoning traditional outdoor play for sedentary, indoor cyber play and poor diets. The consequences of play deprivation, the elimination and diminution of recess, and the abandonment of outdoor play are fundamental issues in a growing crisis that threatens the health, development, and welfare of children.

This valuable book traces the history of children’s play and play environments from their roots in ancient Greece and Rome to the present time in the high stakes testing environment. Through this exploration, scholar Dr. Joe Frost shows how this history informs where we are today and why we need to re-establish play as a priority. Ultimately, the author proposes active solutions to play deprivation. This book is a must-read for scholars, researchers, and students in the fields of early childhood education and child development.