How to have playful playdates #119
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Deborah #1 in the Top 25 of teacher mom blogs; an Australian Primary School Teacher currently on family leave with her preschool aged daughter and 12 month old son. She is loving staying at home and playing with the kids while also following her passions for sharing, creating, writing and learning. These things all come together at her play-based learning blog, Learn with Play at home. www.learnwithplayathome.com
In this episode::
- How do you organize playdates?
- Home playdates
- What does a playdate look like?
- Structured and unstructured playdate
- Daily playdates? weekly playdates?
- An ideal playdate would be…..?
- playdates whatever the weather
- Burning energy get them moving
- Free play on a playdate
- Invitations to play
- List of playdate activities that work
- Stations and invitations to play
- The joys of a Sticky Easel
- How do you deal with squabbles at a playdate?
- Reminders for other times
- Toy recommendations for playdates
- Do you need commercial toys?
- two actions you’ve taken in the last 2 years that have had a positive effect on your life?
- What were you doing 12 years ago?
- The favourite play activity in your household?
- How to host the perfect playdate
- Easy Homemade Christmas Wreath and the Return of Festive Friday!
- My Friday Five: Quick Games to Play with Kids
- Five Rules For Playtime
- Good parenting ‘matters more than a good school’
- Book love
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