Connecting Family through Creative Play e-Workshop

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Connecting Family through Creative Play is a 30 day e-Workshop designed for families who wish to connect with their children on a daily basis through simple, creative play.


Connecting Family through Creative Play was born out of the everyday conversations of two stay-at-home Moms (with children under the age of 5) looking to find learning opportunities for their children, imaginative ways for them to explore art and media, novel ideas for play, ways to connect with them on a deeper level throughout the day, and the list goes on and on.  This e-Workshop will be a way that we can continue that conversation with you.  One of the moms will be myself, of course!  The other is a dear blogging friend, Kat, from Creative Playhouse.  Both Kat and I will be working alongside of you during this 30-day creative play journey, that hopefully will continue on long after the workshop ends.



Speaking of Creative Play:

We both believe that play incorporates much more than simply sitting on the floor and interacting with toys (although that is a very important part!). It also includes:

~ artistic expression (such as experimenting with watercolors or play dough)
~ nature exploration (play with nature items or even finding ways to simply enjoy the outdoors)
~ celebrations of everyday moments
~ real world experiences
~ games
~ talking and sharing memories with your children
~ sharing each other's passions 
~ learning through play
~ sensory experiences (hands-on play that awakens the five senses)




This e-Workshop is for you if...


You would love to find ways to get the whole family involved with play.

You would like to discover techniques that incorporate play into the current rhythm of your family.

You are looking to find a balance between the everyday tasks that fill up your to-do list and connecting with your child in meaningful ways.

You've ever felt frustrated by the the monotony that sometime creeps into your days.

You already enjoy making connections with your children, but are looking for some fresh ideas.

You are a stay-at-home mom, working mom, grandmother, educator, or child-care provider to any child under the age of 5. (Although children under 5 are our main focus, many of the ideas and activities can be adapted and found very beneficial for older children, as well!)  




How does it work? 


~ You will receive a daily message from us in your inbox with inspirations to play, ideas for connection, and resources to help spark your imagination.

~ You will get access to a private Facebook group where you can connect with Mamas all over the world and share your thoughts, ideas, and concerns along the way {optional}. If you don't feel comfortable interacting with a group, you are more than welcome to do so through private emails with myself or Kat.

~ You may work at your own pace throughout the course, employing these ideas into your life whenever you feel inspired to try them.


We hope that at the end of this workshop, you will be armed with many new, creative ideas for bonding with your children and bringing joy to the everyday lives of your family.    

   August session currently closed!
 
We feel so passionate about helping families connect with their children through play that we want to offer this course in a way that will fit your budget and lifestyle. Please enter amount from $10 - $50 after adding this e-Workshop to your cart. 




Kat is a work at home mum of 2, to Jake (3) and Poppy (1), and hails from the UK.  She blogs creatively about her two passions, play and parenting, at Creative Playhouse and her collaborative blog, Mummyology.  She received her B.A. in Performance Studies and earned an M.A. in the Arts.  Her background includes early years education and special needs (with a focus in autism.) To learn more about Kat, click here.     








Gina is a stay-at-home mom to Grady (2.5) and has recently moved back to her hometown in Pennsylvania.  She started blogging in 2011 as a way to record her family's memories and share ways to foster connections through play and inspiration.  She received her B.A. in Sociology and a M.Ed. in Elementary Education.  Prior to becoming a SAHM, Gina taught 4th and 5th grade in the public school systems.  To learn more about Gina, click here.   






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