Enclosing

The Enclosing Play Schema involves drawing or creating a barrier or enclosure.

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The Enclosing Play Schema involves drawing or creating a barrier or enclosure. It may involve connecting items to build a fence or drawing circles around objects. At mealtime this might look like moving food to the edge of the plate.

Children may be seen building a toy barrier all the way around themselves, whilst playing in the middle.

The big difference with the ‘Enveloping’ and ‘Enclosing’ schema is that enveloping is completely covered and out of sight, whereas enclosing is more of a fence / enclosure.

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