National Curriculum

From there the importance of the educator to provide to the child recreation moments, so that they can mean its learning, exactly being playing. According to National Curricular Referencial (1998) the child to grow with pleasure and necessary joy to play, needs the game as form of balance between it and the world. The game is for the child an exercise of preparation for the life. To put is important that the educator knows to adjust the games to the educative moment with the necessities of the pupil, defining the objectives which intend to reach. Acting on objects the child it organizes its space, developing the notion chance and representation.

In this concept one becomes favorable for the educator when it wants to discover the reality of each child. The game shows the way to find the personality of each one. It is alone stimulates – back in the moment of the game. Therefore it is at this moment that the child incorporates values, concepts and contents that if can be writing down to be analyzed and to be placed in practise later. It is through the trick that if observes all the psychology of child as it is its conviviality in the familiar or social way. FRIEDMANN (1992) teaches in them that the game is not simply a method to alliviate tensions, nor an activity that prepares the child for the world, but is a real activity for that plays, therefore is become involved with passion in the game without needing to know what it means. The child must elaborate its knowledge interacting with the social environment and satisfying its proper necessities and trusting the people surround who them. Conclusion: When arriving at the end of this article one perceives that through the games the child develops one better relationship with the too much children and the adults.

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