PRE-SCHOOL FRIENDSHIP AND PLAY. POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITATIONS – A COMPARATIVE REPORT

Paraskevi Foti

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The family is the first area of social relations crucial to the child's social learning, while the school for its part offers a complementary and supportive field of interactions. The aim is, among other things, to develop social skills that allow the child to adapt smoothly to the class group and to develop interpersonal relationships with those around him. But what about pre-school children? To what extent can they develop collaborative and interaction skills with their peers? Whether they can develop "friendships" at this age and what is the cultural dimension to these questions?

 

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friendship, preschool age, peer group, game, cultural dimension

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