Play is so much more than entertainment. Through play, children get sensory information from their environment that is critical to motor, cognitive, and emotional development. Here are a few tips to encourage imaginative play at home!
Quiet time helps children develop the independence to self-soothe or play on their own. Here are a few tips to establish it at home!
At school, kids are used to constant movement during the school day - and recess (often more than once!). Even at home, our little ones still need 'recess'! Here are some tips on how to make it successful.
What is proprioception? It's so important - from knowing where our body is in space to calming down and feeling at ease.
Spring break is going to be different in the time of coronavirus! Here are a few suggestions to help keep things a little more regulated for you and your little ones.