How to organize children play, rest and communication with their peers?
How to organize children play, rest and communication with their peers? Unfortunately, not all children in kindergarten know how to play, relax and interact with their peers. Even if children know how to play, their games can carry a negative meaning.
Example. In kindergarten a boy and a girl from the older group decided to play «family». They prepared and laid out all necessary equipment for the game. To him at that time approached the tutor and asked that the boy and girl wanted to play. The boys replied in unison that they want to play «in the family». The teacher then asked the children to each «family member» would like to do. The boy said he would drink, make noise, smoke and make trouble. And the girl said she will play, walk, play with her daughters, clothe and heal them and care for them. In the result between a girl and a boy arose and the teacher was forced to ban children to continue to play this game, but instead showed them a children’s film, and then said to the whole group went to get dressed for a walk before you go home. The girl didn’t like it, and this case does not come to kindergarten on Monday, preferring to play games for girls at home.
This example shows that the game is «in the family» was half with positive and half with negative content. She also demonstrates a different value orientation, the boy and girl. The caregiver in this case, instead of a ban to play «in the family» it is necessary clearly to explain to the boy of his wrong behavior. So it’s important to tell kids «no», but not to forget about the word «Yes».
The game is a miniature model of real life. Therefore, the content of the game is affected in a certain way and in the fabric of life of children and on their behavior and psyche. Also due to the different value orientations in children of conflict when communicating with their peers in kindergarten. Educators, teachers, caregivers and nannies, awakening sociability in children who frequently come in and tell them something is wrong, so the pupils there are a variety of complexes, neuroses and fears, they sometimes start to hide from adults and peers. As a result of their unsociable further reflected on learning and work.
So when children interact and play, they also develop, as well as in the classroom, getting some additional information, etc. So the game is an indispensable companion of the child.