Kids across the world are coming out of a difficult season. They abruptly lost connections with school friends and teachers. Those energizing times at recess where they ran and played are a faded memory. Their neighborhood playgrounds stand empty, wrapped in yellow tape and surrounded by “no playing here” signs. For many adults, this season robbed them of many things, including the motivation to play with their children. But there’s hope.
This webinar on playfulness will be informational, motivational and fun.
We often hear people who care for children say that they are so focused on the basics – providing food, education, health care, discipline – that it’s easy to forget about play. But research shows that play is powerfully important in building strong connections with a child and helps foster healthy attachment. Join us and learn how play can help you build stronger relationships with children who have experienced trauma.