Our data indicate 1- that the organization of space/environment has significant impact on physical behavior of children involved in free games; 2- that spatial distribution of tools in the environment determines their unstructured use and the levels of physical activity inducible in children; 3- observation of action by other children can prime similar responses during unstructured games. We speculate that motor cognition during free games builts up on factors involving space organization and social interaction.

Motor cognition during free games in 3 years old children builds up on factors involving space organization and social interaction

TORTELLA, Patrizia;FUMAGALLI, Guido Francesco
2011

Abstract

Our data indicate 1- that the organization of space/environment has significant impact on physical behavior of children involved in free games; 2- that spatial distribution of tools in the environment determines their unstructured use and the levels of physical activity inducible in children; 3- observation of action by other children can prime similar responses during unstructured games. We speculate that motor cognition during free games builts up on factors involving space organization and social interaction.
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sviluppo motorio; gioco strutturato
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