Recently, there has been a thrust towards using play as the primary vehicle through which to support young children’s learning and development.

A) With your new knowledge of creative expressions and your understanding of how young children learn and develop, reflect on and share your philosophy on children and play.

B) Subsequent to this, critically reflect on the extent to which play facilitates the development of young children’s creative expression.”

Word limit: Part A (300 words). Part B (250-300 words)

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Part A

Children often learn a lot especially from when they are born to when they reach age 10. This implies that what they interact with during this particular time, and how they do it with respect to the environment would be very key. It is important based on this idea that children are given the opportunity to play, and also interact adequately with the environment in order to enable them learn and facilitate their development. Play often contributes to the cognitive, emotional as well as social...

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