Embracing Rough-and-Tumble Play | Quote 02451

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Roughhousing or other physical play is different from aggression. When children are playing, all players continue to move toward other players, trying to stay engaged in the play. When there is aggression, one child or more is trying to move away from the interaction while the other pursues them. When children are interacting, the teacher can look for the play face from each child.

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Mike Huber


Embracing Rough-and-Tumble Play

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