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Play reinforces the child's growth and development.
Some of the more common functions of play are to facilitate physical, emotional, cognitive, social, and moral development
Solitary play is independent. The child plays alone with toys that are different from those chosen by other children in the area. Solitary play begins in infancy and is common in toddlers.
Parallel play is usually associated with toddlers.

sociative play involves a group of children who have similar goals. ation. Associative play begins during toddlerhood and extends though preschool age.

Cooperative play begins in the late preschool period.

Onlooker play is present when the child watches others playing. This type of play usually starts during toddler years but can take place at any age.

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