What Is Associative Play?

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Associative play is a type of play where a group of children involve themselves in similar or identical activities without formal organization, group direction, group interaction, or a definite goal.
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Associative play is a form of play in which a group of children participate in similar or identical activities without formal organization, group direction, group interaction, or a definite goal, they may talk together but do not work together to create anything specific. The children may borrow or lend toys or pieces of play equipment.
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