Cooperative play Cop significantly increased from 4—5 years to 5—6 years, representing almost half of the children's activities at the end of the preschool period.
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Beyond a great heterogeneity in methodologies, whether studies found differences or not seems dependent on children's ages.
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Finally, interactions with peers Int significantly increased between 3—4 and 5—6 years.
Thus from 3—4 years old, girls were actually more associative than same-age boys, but in the later stages, both naked adolesent girls and boys' play was mostly associative at 4—5 years and mostly cooperative at 5—6 years.
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Children were selected from 16 classes in two nursery schools from urban surrounding Rennes, France.