Are you ready for Halloween? How are you planning to celebrate? There are definitely lots of different options. Here’s one idea: A COVID-19 approved Trunk or Treat! By making some adjustments you can still enjoy a spooky evening! Ask everyone to wear masks, use good hand hygiene, and keep 6 feet apart from people whoContinue reading “Trunk or Treat – COVID Style”
Believe it or not, I hate shots. As someone who works with kids on managing needle phobias, you’d think that maybe I’m a hypocrite. But I find that my needle anxiety not only helps me emphasize with frightened youngsters, it also makes me work hard to come up with ways to make it less stressful.Continue reading “Flu Shot Dance”
“What is something you want to learn to do?” – A question to build strong relationships.
A mental health Monday quote: “You may think I’m small, but I have a universe inside my mind.” – Yoko Ono
“When was the last time you made someone smile” – Questions to build strong relationships
This is a great quarantine-approved activity for preschool and school-age kids: An indoor scavenger hunt, complete with suggested items to search for!
Try a more old-fashioned way to connect with your loved ones who are far away. Send them a self-made greeting card!
Are you looking for a fun yet simple art activity? Have you tried magazine art? This is a great activity that only needs paper, glue, scissors (if you want) and old magazines.
Looking for a fun game to play with your preschooler that doesn’t require any equipment? Try the Lifesize Robot Game.
Looking for an art activity for your little one that you don’t have to clean up after? Have you tried no-mess painting?