89. What to consider when developing a creative play space
Dot Male is a mother and trained kindergarten teacher. She runs Steiner Parent and Child Groups and organises courses for parents and Parent and Child Group leaders. She lives in York. Dot is the author of Parent and Child Group Handbook.
Listen to this week’s show
- the importance of rhythm and routine in a play space.
- what our environment is for- is it engaging? entertaining or something else?
- about the benefits of going back to basics and learning about what our children should/can do
- about imitation and what we can do to encourage toddlers to imitate
- Ideas for everyday play for young children
- about Simplicity parenting workshops and the benefits of group study on really changing our environment
- Focus on the 4 areas of simplicity
- Parenting with your partner who’s not on board
- Testing out different ideas works
- About focusing out and not focusing in.
- Why we need less toys and the impact of more toys on deep play
- Easy working checklist for simplifying toys
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