Learn what to do when you or your child gets angry, how to navigate anger in a productive way, and how to validate and transform our kids’ experience of this tricky emotion.
Learn a general guideline for speech development in children ages two to five and my top suggestions for integrating play into your child’s speech development.
Kate Mason shares the gifts of understanding our unique personalities and those of our children. She’s walking us through the four dichotomies of temperaments, what happens when we use the language available to us to learn more about ourselves, and how feeling solid in who we are is the secret to confidently connecting with anyone in life.
Jayda Rivera takes us through what a day of preschool looks like in a Reggio Emilia and nature-based classroom. Discover what happens in Jayda’s classroom based on that approach, how she structures her day, and how learning activities are conducted.
I unlock the ‘why’ behind fostering a sense of self in our kids and five key practices that you can implement into your daily life. I’m exploring what happens when our children develop an unwavering sense of self, the role of our sense of self in belonging, and some fun activity ideas for facilitating a strong sense of identity, family, and autonomy.
Discover how Serve and Return interactions shape brain architecture, 5 key elements that help increase and strengthen neural pathways in children’s brains, and how you can add more of these brain-building tips into your everyday life.
Discover what the framework of Developmental Movement entails, and Sukey’s top tips for inviting movement that calls children into their own bodies. Hear how movement helps the growth of a developing brain, what it means to become a magnet for children’s attention, and how to acknowledge children without judgment.
Parenting coach Kathy Bowers shares how we can improve our communication with our children. Kathy helps parents who are struggling with communication find solutions to improve their parenting skills and relationship with their children, and she’s here this week to walk us through her top tips around routines, boundaries, and expectations of our children.
Bree Nelson is a life coach for moms and children age eight and up who is on a mission to create emotionally intelligent kids. She empowers them to create a life they love, and she’s here this week to offer a goal-setting practice that will transform the way you set goals for 2024.
Join us this week for a dose of hope and courage this Holiday season as Sarah shares her insights on all things emotional regulation.
Join us on this episode as Steffani, Kara and I come together for an end-of-year roundup to celebrate our Planning Playtime community! We’re each sharing our favorite stories that have touched our hearts to show you the power of our programs and the incredible work our members are committed to doing on their journey of teaching and learning.
Learn how to cultivate the feeling of calm, and why it’s just as infectious as anxiety. I’m sharing some of the unhelpful coping mechanisms we lean on to manage stress and anxiety, how to channel excitement when you’re feeling anxious, and questions to ask yourself that will help you access a sense of calm.