Organized by time of day to determine if certain play occurs at certain times throughout the day.
Types of play include parallel, associative, and cooperative. Not included: solitary play (normally occurs in infants and toddlers).
Parallel play is when a child plays next to another child, without interacting, while playing in a similar fashion.
Associative play is when interactions start to occur, but there is no planning or group goals.
Cooperative play occurs when children begin communicating their purpose (ex: Playing House - "I'm the mommy and you're my daughter...").