Need Ideas for Intentional Play at Home?

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Every morsel of early childhood research says that tremendous brain development occurs before age five and that young children learn best through play.

As a SAHM, I am constantly looking for ways to promote healthy play for my two toddlers.  They get SO excited when they find a new “invitation to play” set out for them.  Allow me to clarify, nothing has to be glamorous, Instagram post-ready!  Maybe its a basket of arctic animal themed books I dug out from the basement and some penguin and polar bear figurines from their zoo set.  Perhaps I spread out craft materials from my art box (popsicle sticks, googley eyes, yarn, markers) and encourage them to create!  But every so often I am looking for something new and exciting! When I find something that works for my family (3.5 years old and 19 months) I would love to share it with you and YOURS!

Pop in regularly or follow us on Instagram to see what we’ve tried out at home and at Play2Learn classes!

One of our business goals truly is to inspire and educate families in ways to foster healthy social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth. Raising little people is no easy task; let’s all learn from one another!



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