Posts Tagged ‘imagination’
Why Do I Apologize for My Child When He Acts Like a Kid in Public?
The other day I was visiting a preschool and talking with a parent whose adorable six-year-old was wearing a pirate mask and carrying a play sword. He came up to me to me and said, “I’m scaring you!” I said “Oh-h-h. I’m so scared!” He smiled appreciably. Immediately the mother apologized for her son’s rude…Read More
The Joy of Unstructured Summertime Play
Play is the joy of summer time when all those structured, sometimes overscheduled activities during the school year are over. Now is the time to give your kids free rein to explore and discover what interests them. It’s a time for imagination to bloom as kids find new outlets for their infinite creativity. Parents often…Read More
Play is About Learning and Having Fun
Laurie Hollman, Ph.D, has a new book, UNLOCKING PARENTAL INTELLIGENCE: Finding Meaning in Your Child’s Behavior,on amazon, barnes & noble, familius and wherever books are found. Check it out today and write a review! Play is for Every Age There are so many types of play that every age can enjoy it. The best part…Read More