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Play: A Building Block of Child Development • Online
The important role of early play in Learning & Development
Research shows that play is a critical part of the way children learn. Many families, however, find that play is harder when their child has a delay or disability. In this workshop, we will explore some new ideas of supporting your child’s play and activities and toys that are good to encourage play.
Join us to share new ideas to support your child’s early play.
*This session was called “they’re just playing‘ in 2020
In this workshop, we will talk about questions such as:
- Where does play fit in with the goals I have for my child to be ready for school?
- How do we engage a reluctant player?
- What are the different stages of play and where your child might be on that stage of development (& how to move to the next step)?
- What to do when other children don’t want to play with your child?
For parents, family members and primary carers of children aged 6 months-5/6 years old
Join us online
– Tuesday 15 June; 8pm to 9.30pm AEDT via Zoom
Once registered, further details will be provided closer to the date, including the link to join the session. You will need a good internet connection to attend.
RSVP by Wednesday 9 June
If you would like to register after the RSVP closing day, please email Mana firstname.lastname@example.org
Sessions are subject to cancellation due to low RSVP
This workshop is for parents, primary cares and family members of children with disability or delays only. Unfortunately, we do not have the capacity for professionals in this session. If you are a professional, please feel free to share any of our calendar information with families you might be working with.
To get the best learning experience from this program, we encourage your involvement and interaction during each session.
This session will be facilitated by Margaret Aiken, Early Childhood Intervention Teacher
If you would like to discuss this program further, please feel free to contact Mana at email@example.com