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If Open-ended Play Isn’t Working, Here's What You Can Do To Fix It

If Open-ended Play Isn’t Working, Here's What You Can Do To Fix It

Sarah Forster

We have read the books, purged the toys, organized the perfect playroom full of open-ended possibilities, and now wait as the magic happens and the imaginations of our children take off on a creative exploration of creating, problem-solving, and playing as never before. Five minutes later...barely enough time to make our coffee let alone drink it or snap a picture of the work of art that is our invitation to play, our kids have demolished the small world we created, pulled out every single “small part” we so neatly arranged, and have turned the playroom into a scene from Jumanji...

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Talking About Emotions With Waytoplay

Talking About Emotions With Waytoplay

Sarah Forster
Child psychologist and social/emotional play specialist shares a game she made up to talk to children about emotions using the waytoplay roads and her free printable playing cards. 
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How to Use STEAM Problem-Solving in Open-Ended Play

How to Use STEAM Problem-Solving in Open-Ended Play

Sarah Forster
Learning concepts that make STEAM so effective that you can practice right at home to help your student take their open-ended play to the next level and pave the road for new challenges and excitement in learning.
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