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Play activities for the retarded child : how to help him grow and learn through music, games, handicraft, and other play activities / Bernice Wells Carlson, David R. Ginglend ; Illustrated by Darrell K. Sweet.

; Ginglend, David R., author
New York : Abingdon Press, 1961.
ISBN 9780687316366, 0687316367

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LC 4611 .C67 Off-site
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Other Authors Ginglend, David R.,
Subjects Children with mental disabilities -- Recreation.
Enfants handicapeĢs mentaux -- Loisirs.
Description 224 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1961.
Summary This 224-page hardcover book is designed to provide activities for students in early childhood through grade 2. The authors first outline the needs of the retarded child and then include recreational activities which put the theories into practice. The activities are divided according to the 5 key areas of development: mental health, social adjustment, physical education, language development, and intellectual growth. Each chapter follows a pattern of growth, ranging from the simplest activities, which a child with extremely limited ability can perform, to the more complex. Some specific areas covered in the 8 chapters include informal and imaginative play, choral speaking, follow the leader, table work and games, handicraft skills, and music activities. LKK, 11-76.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)189761
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