1. PLAYPLY video instruction


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    • PLAYPLY - video instruction


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      • PLAYROOM ADVENTURES :: 6th Street Design School // Land of Nod


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        6thstreetdesignschool.blogspot.com LandofNod.com

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        • Playscape conceptual documentary // Interaction Module DM230


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          I have designed a digital interactive space for children, something for use within an early years environment, for children aged 2 to 5 years of age. The idea was inspired by Snozelen rooms, a place for children to learn through play. Currently remains only at a conceptual stage, but will be worked on in the future to create a working prototype. A project created for the interaction module of my course at University College Falmouth.

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          • Playschemes


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            People in Pinehurst made this programme about the need for playschemes

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            • Play School Opening and Closing Theme 1964 - 1988 UK, AU & NZ (With Snippets and Bloopers)


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              Play School is a British children's television series produced by the BBC which ran from 21 April 1964 until 14 October 1988. Itl is an educational television programme for pre-school aged children that is produced in many countries, including: Play School (UK TV series) – the original BBC production Play School (Australian TV series) – an Australian Broadcasting Corporation production based on the British version Polka Dot Door – a Canadian adaptation of the Play School format Play School (New Zealand TV series) – New Zealand version based on the BBC original. Play School was sold to Australia, and was then followed by local production. the Australian version has been produced since 1966. Similarly New Zealand bought the programme before producing their own from 1975 to 1990. The Canadian adaption was Polka Dot Door. Other countries including Norway, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Spain, and Israel were provided with scripts and film segments so they could produce their own versions. Sesame Street was a derivative of Play School, adopting their "strong visual style, fast-moving action, humor, and music". The first Australian Play School episode was transmitted on 18 July of that year. It has been produced continuously from this time. It has launched the careers of several Australian actors and television presenters. It was admitted to the Logies Hall of Fame on its 40th anniversary in 2006. This was in recognition of the strong influence the show has had in at least three generations of Australian children. The presenters were accompanied by a supporting cast of cuddly toys and dolls. The five regulars included: Humpty, a dark green large egg-shaped soft toy with green trousers, to look like Humpty Dumpty from the nursery rhyme, appeared in the very first programme in April 1964. Several versions were made. Big Ted and Little Ted, teddy bears. (Originally there was only the one Teddy, however this was stolen in the mid-1970s and replaced by the two Teds.) Jemima, a ragdoll with long red and white striped legs. Hamble was a little doll and one of the original five toys but dropped from the show during the 1980s to be replaced by Poppy. According to Joy Whitby, creator of Play School, Hamble was chosen as representative of a more "downtrodden", humble background than the "middle-class" associations that the teddy bears had.[3] She was disliked by presenters as she could not be cuddled. It was first broadcast in New Zealand during the 1975 originally screened twice a day at around 10am and then 2:30pm. Playschool was filmed from what was then TVNZ's Dunedin Studio. The last series screened on television in 1990. The show was provided by the BBC in "kitset" form. They supplied scripts and also short filmed items for showing "through the windows". In New Zealand the show starred five toys, which are famously nostalgic for New Zealanders who watched the program as children. They are: Big Ted: A traditional-style golden coloured teddy bear Little Ted: Identical to Big Ted, but much smaller Manu: A very human-looking plastic doll with Māori features, such as dark skin and hair Jemima: A rag doll with orange woollen hair Humpty: A round green fabric toy resembling Humpty Dumpty. Today, Big Ted, Manu, Jemima and Humpty are part of a collection at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington, New Zealand. The museum also has a large collection of clothing and props from the show. The whereabouts of the original Little Ted is unknown. One of the rehearsal Little Ted toys was blown up by the film crew after the completion of the final series and can be seen at the Otago Settlers Museum in Dunedin. The original clock from the series was discovered at a library in Invercargill in August 2009. In 2006, TV2 started to screen the Australian version of Play School. It features New Zealand presenter Jay Laga'aia who has been on the show since 2000, though the Australian version is significantly different from the New Zealand version, which was similar to the British format of the seventies and eighties. This is a collection of Play School snippets and outtake, or bloopers from the UK, Australia and New Zealand versions.

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              • Play shoes for your kids


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                Learn the best trends for performance and play, so your children can have fun on the playground. From light-ups to lace-ups, these varying options from Sketchers and New Balance are perfect.

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                • Playsongs at Gartell Railway - the train song


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                  A snippet of the lively train song performed at Gartell light railway in Templecombe, Somerset

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                  • PlaySpace Ideas for Public Libraries


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                    If your library received wooden blocks and other play materials this summer, this will be an opportunity to share ideas and concerns about play in your library. Learn why wooden blocks are a powerful learning tool, some ideas for room arrangement, ideas for engaging families, and other materials you can offer. Cindy Christin from Bozeman Public Library will facilitate the discussion. If you have a photo of your PlaySpace area, please email cchristin@bozeman.net Originally recorded: September 20, 2012 CE Category: Library Services to the Public

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                    • Рожденные с PlayStationОМ в руках


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                      Призеры районных олимпиад, прибывшие в кдц "Созвездие" на смену "Интеллект", приняли участие в открытой встрече с Базилевским Андреем Александровичем (Заместитель Председателя Правительства края-министр образования и науки Хабаровского края).

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