Chapter 21: Guiding Play and Puppetry Experiences | Crossword


2.Type of play in which two or more children interact with one another. At this stage socio-dramatic play begins.
6.Giving human traits to nonliving objects, such as dolls or puppets.
8.A type of play in which children play by themselves but stay close by other children. All the children may be involved in similar activities, but play between and among the children does not exist.
9.Box containing materials and equipment that encourage children to explore various roles.
10.A type of play allowing children to place feelings and emotions they feel onto another person or an object, such as a puppet. Through this play, a child may share his or her inner world.
11.First stage of material use; stage at which children will begin to handle props.
12.The first type of social play where children interact with one another while engaging in a similar activity.


1.A form of play in which a single child imitates another person or acts out a situation.
2.Two or more forces that oppose each other.
3.A type of play in which children play by themselves. Also called independent play.
4.Teaching skill that provides children with ideas for difficult situations.
5.A type of play in which children mimic the actions of others, especially adult roles.)
7.The use of puppets in play.
9.Figures designed in likeness to an animal or a human, used to enact stories, actions, or thoughts.

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