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Q: Qual è la differenza tra playtime e break ?
A: “I had to take a break after the marathon.”

“It was playtime for the kids after lunch.”

Break as I see it tends to be worded in as they need to rest after doing something.

Playtime is used more as a time or horseplay or to have fun.

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Q: During inside playtime, T sat down at the drawing table. He focused on looking at the brochure. “Do you want to cut out the brochure?” An educator asked. T picked up a scissor with two hands and started to cut the brochure. “Why don’t we use one hand to use scissor?” An educator asked. “No, no, no!” He resisited and kept trying to cut with two hands. The educator showed him how to use scissor. He held the paper with left hand and slowly moved his right hand with scissor. sembra naturale?
A: × T picked up a scissor with two hands and started to cut the brochure.
✓ T picked up a scissors with two hands and started to cut the brochure.

× “Why don’t we use one hand to use scissor?”
✓ “Why don’t we use one hand to use the scissors?”

× He resisited and kept trying to cut with two hands.
✓ He resisited and kept trying to cut with his two hands.

× The educator showed him how to use scissor.
✓ The educator showed him how to use the scissors.

× He held the paper with left hand and slowly moved his right hand with scissor.
✓ He held the paper with his left hand and slowly moved his right hand with scissors.

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Q: I think they should be playtime every day. sembra naturale?
A: × I think they should be playtime every day.
✓ I think there should be playtime every day.

Or the alternative My9026 mentioned, "I think they should have playtime every day".

Your use of “every day” (two words) is correct in this sentence. “Everyday” means “commonplace” and is an adjective, like “everyday clothes”. “Every day” means it happens each day, which is what you meant.
Q: During outside playtime, XX was offered to play soccer ball with peers. He started to kick the ball to goalpost but the ball kept rolling to other place. He was asked to kicked the ball using inside of the foot and kick the centre of the ball for accurate shoot. He practiced kicking the ball to goalpost several time and managed to kick the ball to goalpost correctly. After several minutes of playing the ball, he stood on the post as a goal keeper and tried his best to block the ball. He then raised his knees alternately and said to his peer, “Let’s do soccer dance!” He enjoyed his soccer dancing for a while. sembra naturale?
A: × During outside playtime, XX was offered to play soccer ball with peers.
✓ During playtime, XX was offered to play soccer ball with their peers outside.

× He started to kick the ball to goalpost but the ball kept rolling to other place.
✓ He started to kick the ball towards goalpost but the ball kept rolling elsewhere.

× He was asked to kicked the ball using inside of the foot and kick the centre of the ball for accurate shoot.
✓ He was asked to kicked the ball using the inside of his/her foot and kick the centre of the ball for an accurate shoot.

× He practiced kicking the ball to goalpost several time and managed to kick the ball to goalpost correctly.
✓ He practiced several times and finally managed to kick the ball to goalpost correctly.

× After several minutes of playing the ball, he stood on the post as a goal keeper and tried his best to block the ball.
✓ After several minutes of playing, he stood on the post as a goal keeper and tried his best to block the ball.

× He then raised his knees alternately and said to his peer, “Let’s do soccer dance!”
✓ He then raised his knees alternately and said to his peer, “Let’s do the soccer dance!”

× He enjoyed his soccer dancing for a while.
✓ He enjoyed doing the soccer dancing for a while.

Really good! I understood the whole story! Just a few repetitive points and grammar mistakes :)
Q: Inside playtime, xx was standing on the mat. An educator suggested to chick brooder box.
xx was looking into the chicks and duckling with curious eyes. “xx, they are so cute, aren’t they? She nodded with smiles. The educator said,”I wonder which colour of chick and duckling do you like best?” The educator asked. “Yellow” she pointed at the duckling and answered. “Can you tell me what colour of the chicks? The edcuator asked. “White” she answered. Suddenly a grey chick flapped its wings and moved quickly. “Penguin”xx said. “It looks like penguin, isn’t it, what colour is the chick? She just looked at the chicks without respond. “Can you count how many are there?” The educator asked. “1,2,3,4,5,6,7…7!” xx answered. “Excellent xx!” said the educator. She had a wide smile on her face.
sembra naturale?
A: × Inside playtime, xx was standing on the mat.
✓ At playtime, xx was standing on the mat.

× An educator suggested to chick brooder box.
✓ An educator suggested to look at (/check) the chick brooder box.

× xx was looking into the chicks and duckling with curious eyes.
✓ xx was looking at the chicks and ducklings with curious eyes.

× “xx, they are so cute, aren’t they? She nodded with smiles. The educator said,”I wonder which colour of chick and duckling do you like best?
✓ “xx, they are so cute, aren’t they?" She nodded with a smile. ”Which colour of chick and duckling do you like best?

× ” The educator asked.
✓ ” The educator asked (/wondered).

× “Penguin”xx said.
✓ “Penguin” xx said.

× “It looks like penguin, isn’t it, what colour is the chick? She just looked at the chicks without respond. “Can you count how many are there?”
✓ “It looks like penguin, doesn't it, what colour is the chick?" She just looked at the chicks without a response. “Can you count how many are there?”

Q: Outside playtime, XX was very busy in the sandpit with peers. She was filling up the trays of the dump trucks with lots of sands. When the tray was full XX lifted it up to tip the sand out, and turned the truck upside down. She continued to scoop up the dirt with her hands and pour it over it. “XX, I am wondering what are you doing?” An educator asked. “I am washing my car now.” She answered with smiles. She picked up a little bit of sand with her fingers and sprinkled it again and said, ”Bubble! bubble” Michelle tapped her peer with her hand and said, “Look! Look!” When the peer wasn’t responding and focused on her play, she pushed her this time. Suddenly, her peer started to cry. “What happened to her? When the educator asked to XX She just looked at her. “I think she got hurt when you push her. What can you say to her?” The educator asked. ’Sorry’ XX said. “Can you hold her hands? They were holding hands together and giggled.
sembra naturale?
A: × Outside playtime, XX was very busy in the sandpit with peers.
✓ During outside playtime, XX was very busy in the sandpit with her peers.

× She was filling up the trays of the dump trucks with lots of sands.
✓ She was filling up the tray of the dump truck with lots of sand.

× She answered with smiles.
✓ She answered with a smile.

× When the peer wasn’t responding and focused on her play, she pushed her this time.
✓ When the peer wasn’t responding and focused on her play, she pushed her to get her attention.

× “What happened to her? When the educator asked to XX She just looked at her. “I think she got hurt when you push her. What can you say to her?”
✓ When the educator asked “What happened to her?” XX just looked at her (the educator or the peer would be better than using “her”). “I think she got hurt when you pushed her. What can you say to her?”

× The educator asked.
✓ Suggested the educator.

× “Can you hold her hands?
✓ “Can you hold her hand?”

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