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plz..what is ....Parallel play .....??
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parallel play is a child that is able to play with another child sitting next to him/her or nearby (not necessarily playing together but sitting in the same play area perhaps even using toys from the same toy basket)
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Also of note is the ability duplicate or imitate other kids actions, sounds, and gesticulations during parallel play, which is sign of normal cognitive and neurodevelopment growth.
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Psychology Play typical of very young children, in which the child engages in independent play, without interacting with other children.
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