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7.1: Introduction to Chapter 7

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    • Jennifer Karshna & Holly Lanoue
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    Image 7.1 by Mi Phan: Upsplash is licensed under CC by 1.0
    Key Points from this Chapter
    • Although play is a common topic, people think of many different things when they hear the word play and describing it is complex.
    • Play supports children’s development in all domains.
    • There are several types of play.
    • Some children struggle with playing, by themselves and/or with others.
    Terminology found throughout this chapter
    1. Intrinsic: within a person
    2. Extrinsic: outside of a person
    3. Receptive language: understanding what is being said
    4. Expressive language: talking and communicating in a way that others understand the intended meaning

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