After a busy first month of 2021, let’s take a moment and consider our relationships with our loved ones. How have you been showing love to your kids and teens? Did you know that love doesn’t need to be expressed in expensive or fancy ways. In fact, the best kind of love is the oneContinue reading “Sending Love With Our February Newsletter”
Are wearing masks driving you crazy? Have you tried these three tricks to make masks easier to wear? If not, these small changes will rock your world! Check it out!
Let’s start 2021 off on the right foot! Prepare for the COVID-19 vaccine with your little ones and learn a fun new brain teaser!
Looking for another activity for your young preschoolers? How about a shape scavenger hunt? Not only is it great for beginning math skills, but it encourages exploration and creativity. And it is a great opportunity for little ones to be in control, which they love!
Happy Holidays everyone!!! We are excited to release the December edition of the Caregiver Connections Newsletter! You can download your copy below! And if you would like to receive the newsletter straight to your inbox, sign up here!
Calling all Child Life Students! Are you confused with what goes where on your applications? Are you struggling with your essays? Do you stress during interviews? We are here for you! Thriving Play is excited to announce its inaugural Child Life Student Digital Intensive: Preparing for the Clinical Experience Participants will meet December 14th, 15th,Continue reading “Intensive Announcement”
Looking for an activity to celebrate November and Thanksgiving? Try making a Thankful Jar. Cultivating gratitude is closely linked to self-esteem and positive outlooks.
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