Types of Play

March 24, 2010

Lazzaro’s 4 Types of Fun corresponds well to the constructivists’ theories of development (Piaget; Bruner) as well as the literature on play development (Singer & Singer; Garvey; Fein). The Y-axis here owes a lot to cognitive psychologist Robbie Case.

Model for the types of play based on two factors: symbolism and goals

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One Response to “Types of Play”


  1. […] the big flaw with the model of types of play is that it doesn’t account for differences in types of play by social interaction.There is […]


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