play therapy activity Archive
Since SimplyFun sent me the game “Who’s Like Me?” to review I’ve been playing it with my own kids and with children I see in play therapy. It’s a terrific, compact and unique card game where the
Bullies. They are out there. Young and old. People who tear down others … maybe to feel stronger, in more control, (falsely) better. They may do it verbally … picking on someone’s faults or differences, making “jokes”
One of my favorite memories playing as a child was with a drawer filled with silk scarves that my mom had. I loved the colors, the patterns, how they felt in my hands, the almost weightless quality.
“I can’t” “I’ll never be able to …”
I am SO excited that for the THIRD summer in a row we are participating in the Love Books Summer Book Exchange hosted by The Educators’ Spin on It! It’s become a summer tradition for us!!! For
I’ve said this time again, one of the reasons we love participating in the Virtual Book Club for Kids is because it exposes myself and my kids to children’s authors that we might not otherwise explore. This
The company SimplyFun sent us a game to review … and it’s just perfect to share it today … Pi Day! Yup, March 14 … 3.14 … Pi Day, is the perfect day for a SAVE THE PIE!
Yes, this idea is all over the internet … but I’ve fallen in love with them and just had to share them on my very own post. They are super simple to make. All you need is:
Relationships between brothers and sisters are some of the most important and potentially longest lasting relationships in our lives. As parents helping to foster these relationships is important, but despite our very best efforts, rivalry between siblings
One-on-one time with an adult in a room filled with toys and very little restrictions? What kid would want to leave!! Ending a play therapy session can be a bit tricky at times, but I have found
Last week I shared the fun the kids and I had Creating Tape Town from a super cool kit that ALEX Toys sent us to review. This week I have another great kit to share “Make Stretch
David Shannon is one of my favorite children’s author and illustrator. I love is simple, child-focused pictures and story contact that is fun, yet usually has a great message for kids. For this reason his books are