Well, the Spring went all sideways, didn’t it?! Until this pandemic stuff clears up, T K Adventure Play won’t be doing loose parts adventure play visits.
However, we have figured out how to offer professional development online, so if you are interested in one of our PD topics, please do Contact Us for upcoming dates or to schedule a class for your centre’s staff.
Got a March Break camp planned for school age kids? If you are looking for a great addition to your schedule, give us a call while we still have a few openings!
Adventure play sessions for a full morning or afternoon are sure to spark creativity, excitement, and all kinds of conversation & collaboration….
Check the online calendar at the NSCECE for upcoming courses on War, Weapon and Super-Hero Play!
Material will be presented on stages of play development, current research on this controversial topic, and lots of time for discussion of our concerns, as well as examples of what is happening in our current situations. There are two dates, one for early childhood educators (Jan 28) and one for those working in school-age programs (Feb 18). Hope to see you there!
Well, it’s the fall and things tend to slow down on the loose parts front for a while.
During the fall and winter we are still available for adventure play sessions on PD Days, at early education centres, and after-school programs. If the weather is really nasty, make sure you have a gym or classroom available where we can setup instead of being outside. While we are fine to play outside if it’s damp, foggy, dribbly, or windy, nobody enjoys being really soaked for over an hour!
This time of year we are looking around for new loose parts to add to the collection, sorting through the ‘stuff’ to weed out the really-broken, and presenting professional development programs. Give us a call or send an email if you are interested to learn more about the programs we offer!
Can’t believe it’s already August. We’ve had some great adventures so far this summer – hope you are too! Thanks to Roots & Boots Forest School, Indian Point Young Naturalists’ Club, University Childrens’ Centre at Dalhousie, and WJCC Summer Camp, among others, for hosting loose parts play in all kinds of environments and play spaces!
It was great to see lots of folks were out supporting the Summer of PLEY events! I was able to take in a couple things on the last day, and got to meet Dr Brussoni, which was really cool. Check out Play Outside NS for more information on the PLEY project – Twitter – Facebook – web page.
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