Let’s Play

“This course really helped me appreciate the importance of play and helped me connect with my child during playtime”
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Sharing Parenting Let's Play

Do you find yourself asking:

 “Am I a bad parent as I am bored with playing with my child?

Why is play so important?

What is child-led play?

Why won’t my children play with their toys?

How can I get my children off their screens?” 

… then you will love Let’s Play.

Let’s Play is made up of four, weekly, two hour sessions and is most suited for parents or carers with children aged 0-8 years old.

You will find ways to spend more productive time playing with your children, understand why it is so important and to gain some age appropriate play ideas.

Topics you will cover include:

  • Experiences of childhood play
  • Benefits and barriers to play
  • Dynamics of play
  • Types of play

Please also read our Sharing Parenting Stories and Feedback from other parents who have attended our programmes.

Please see our other Courses (1 or 2 hour sessions held once a week, delivered over several weeks) – Raising Toddlers, Raising Children, Raising Teens, Dads Matter, Outside the Box, Sibling Rivalry, Food for Thought, Building Resilience, True Colours, Mindfulness and Confident Parents-Confident Children.

Please see our one or half day Workshops (one off sessions delivered in one or half a day) – An Introduction to Building Resilience, An Introduction to Mindfulness, and An Introduction to Confident Parents-Confident Children.

Please see our one-off Tasters (one off sessions delivered in 1-2 hours) – Power Struggles, How To Talk So Kids Will Listen, Motivating Your Child Academically, Parenting Styles, Sibling Rivalry, Understanding Challenging Behaviour, Labelling, Effective Discipline, Birth Order, True Colours and Dads Matter.

Please contact us to find out more or to let us know you are interested by clicking the button below: 

"This really helped me think of ways to get my children off their screens"
Sharing parenting Raising Teens
Parent