Role-playing games for teenagers and preschoolers
Role-playing games for teenagers, like any other ways to spend your free time, help develop a person’s personality.They have a unique learning and educational effect, their goal is to create conditions for working out certain social roles for the child and a behavioral model that corresponds to him. Role-playing games for teenagers should not be organized, be carried out “under pressure”. After all, pressure from a teacher or educator can lead to a decrease in interest among participants.
There are several types of role-playing games. For example, demonstration of a more effective model of behavior, illustrating a difficult situation, training skills. Here, an important, and most importantly productive, will be the adoption of roles, not the brilliance of their performance or the reality of the plots.
Such games as “Family”, “Hospital”, “Ambulance” will be interesting for preschoolers. The role of mom and dad in the game "Family" goes most often to the older child, and the role of the baby to the younger one.In this game, the children themselves build their own model of family relationships, carry out daily activities and concerns. Parents can look at the way children see their family. The games "Hospital" and "First Aid" will help develop in children the mercy, the desire to help your neighbor, and also to take care of those around you. In each game, various details are used that can be made together with the baby.
Role-playing games for teenagers can be different and more extensive than for preschoolers. Here everyone can take part in inventing a plot, an image, and a selection of props. The basis of the game can take anysituation of interpersonal interaction (detective story, choice of president, advertising campaign, medical examination, library). For teens, the most relevant will be a game in which communication with peers takes place. Its value lies in the fact that the child will be given the opportunity to lose the situation from the side with which he sees it.
Role-playing games in the camp are widely used in our time. Few of the educators can suggest which children will come to the camp. Role-playing games, in turn, will help children in a team to rally, to realize their activity, to overcome life behavioral stereotypes, and also give the opportunity to improvise without fear of failure. Here such games as “Treasure Hunt”, “Great Journey”, “Twelve Months”, where the number of participants must be at least fifteen people, will be relevant.
Role-playing games for teenagers are one of the most effective ways to uncover skills and abilities in a child, as well as readiness after the game to see the world and more realistic. This is a subtle psychological effect on the soft and susceptible child (teenage) consciousness, which is susceptible to any pathogens, even light ones. The correct approach to the organization of leisure can greatly simplify the entire integrated educational process, and also allow children to more easily enter the realities of life.