|•||playing football (he plays in a local team and trains two or three times a week)|
|•||playing golf (goes to the driving range once a week)|
|•||ten pin bowling (goes occasionally)|
|•||Air hockey (a kind of executive pinball game).|
Colette says that there are many obvious links between Harry's strong connecting schema and his current interests. He connects with other people through playing team games. He physically connects with the objects used in sports. He plays 'Charades' and 'Scrabble' at every opportunity. Here he is finding connections between words or phrases. He continues to create opportunities to solve problems. She says he is still [very much his own person] but that he [takes others into
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Publication information: Book title: Observing Harry: Child Development and Learning 0-5. Contributors: Cath Arnold - Author. Publisher: Open University Press. Place of publication: Maidenhead, England. Publication year: 2003. Page number: 147.
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