Development of Associative Play in Children: A Comprehensive Guide

A child will demonstrate associative play before age on previous slide (6-8 months); after they will share toys with an adult? (T/F)


False. Associative play typically develops between 2-3 years of age, where children begin playing alongside each other without a direct goal or organized activity. Sharing and cooperative play with adults may occur earlier, around 1-2 years of age, but is not directly related to associative play.

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