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Playing For Keeps May 19
is currently receiving a surge of media attention as an antidote to the emotional challenges of the current COVID-19 crisis. It is good news in a time of alarming headlines.
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ToyIndustriesEurope 13h
Registration for the Play For Change Awards closed last week with an impressive number of entries! Read more on the next steps for the awards and get an inside look at what our judges will be working on:
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Playing For Keeps May 21
The keeps the doctor away! Being an older adult doesn’t have to mean spending hours in front of the TV or playing bingo. There are plenty of activities that can stimulate the body and the mind.
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✨Siany Sparkles ⭐️🏳️‍🌈💙💕 11h
Play Moments from To start the week off-full of promise and exploration features 2 different activities that were formed from Play observations. Impacting the patient experience in hospital
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Mark Grace - Thinking like a customer 15h
Balancing activities help children to build their core body strength and endurance. It is also great at developing children’s coordination and improve their ability to balance on their feet.
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McColl's 20h
With the weather warming up keep the kids cool with this Chilly Creations activity, thank you for the wonderful ideas ❄️ Find out what you need here:
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Great Ormond Street Hospital May 22
The GOSH Play team – funded by – works with children, young people and families going through stress and uncertainty every day. Here is their specialist guide to techniques for navigating difficult times together, using the : 💗
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GOSHCharity May 21
Read all about it! 🔎 The GOSH Play team will be talking about the in the June edition of – a real paper to ‘share positive news and wonderful people’! 📰🌞 For more expert guidance and great play activities, visit the hub:
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Great Ormond Street Hospital May 20
A recommendation from the GOSH Play team – check out ’s fantastic festival this Saturday. A wonderful day of entertainment for children to ‘try something new, have fun and challenge themselves’! 🥁🎭🎶🎺
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GEOEC May 21
Prioritize play when schools reopen, say mental health experts. Letter to education secretary warns of impact of coronavirus lockdown on children. Via
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GEOEC May 22
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Mrs. Tait's Class 🍎📝 May 18
I love watching little ones build, create and best of all - collaborate 🤗 . Parents - the power of play & “no rules” is wonderful. Especially on a rainy day.
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LauraWalsh May 18
The amazing playworker, Ellie Communicating clearly a message of kindness.
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U-46 Give Me Five May 24
Give children the tools they need to help them learn! Get moving!
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X-SUBA May 19
. When it is time for play, helping the coach carry the balls is the best strategy to get started on time. Photo credit:…
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U-46 Give Me Five May 21
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Laurie Moulton 13h
Play-based learning activity for a bird study unit! (Elementary ESL: Playful Learning for Kids)
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Frenzy Youth Theatre Head Office May 19
This week we have live sessions on Sam The Superhero and Fun At The Circus - join our free group to take part
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Yvonna Graham 17h
Many parents worry that their student will fall behind the class while out of school. But, all students are in the same situation. Suddenly Homeschooling
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Karen Briscoe May 23
"For all of us, our greatest strength can also be our greatest weakness." - Kelly Clements, founder of The Entreprenewer LISTEN:
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