Physical, Intellectual, Emotional And Social Development Of Children

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1 a) Suggest a toy or game suitable to the physical, intellectual, emotional and social development of children

Use for climbing
Physically: By climbing, sliding and stepping its all developing the childs muscles and capability to withstand greater physical activity. It can also help them develop gross motor skills like jumping, running or climbing.
Intellectually: It can help them differentiate between steps, a slide or a climbing wall. It can help them learn that when they see a surface with uneven levels (stairs) then they need to lift their foot higher then the step in order to not fall over. They can also learn that if you don 't follow the instructions and don’t be cautious then there can be consequences like falling and injuring yourself.
Socially: Teaches them that if a kid is on the slide then they’ll have to either wait their turn or go play on a different of the toy.

To help a preschooler play ‘house’ e.g. sweep, bake, feel useful at home
Physically:
Intellectually:
Socially:

To help develop muscles for coordination and throwing
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Intellectually:
Socially:
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Physically: In pretending to be someone or something else in a theatrical way, pretend play can help develop a child’s gross and fine motor skills. From putting their character’s costume on to putting the props away when the game has finished, role play builds hand-eye coordination as well as developing visual discrimination.
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