Have we lost the power of Play and the idea of a playful life?
Being on a computer, tablet, games console or mobile phone is now a child’s favourite way to play, according to a survey. This type of screen time was the first pick of 84% of children aged between six and 12, while 73% of youngsters chose watching TV as their top way to play.Drawing, colouring or making things came third in the poll,( YouGov for Children in Need).
- Do you want to be more playful?
- Do you want to encourage confidence?
- Do you want to solve behaviour problems?
Science now supports our intuition about play. Play has many cognitive and neuroscientific benefits. Its benefits our social interaction, self regulation and enhances our capacity to problem solve and so much more. Here is my short taster video prior to the workshop.
Attend my experiential and interactive workshop to help you to foster the power to play in your family ( maximum 8 people and £30) to explore:
- Simple neuroscience on the benefits of play.
- Explaining Play personalities, and different types of Play.
- How you can use play to regulate emotions and feelings in you and your child.
- Take away handouts and lots of tried and tested to do’s at home.
- An opportunity to reflect and learn together with nice coffee/tea and refreshments too.
Book by contacting me catherine@bristolchildparentsupport or click here>> contact and I will send you a paypal link and details. It is non-refundable and payment is in advance. ( Places are limited)