Thinking about your child’s play

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Being at home with your child for longer amounts of time than usual gives you a chance to understand how they play. You can get into a routine that works for you both. It’s also a chance for you to enjoy being playful – and for you to benefit from playing, too.

This IPA play in crisis publication pulls together some tips for thinking about your child’s play and for responding to play during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Resource type: Toolkit
Categories: Health & Wellbeing