Another take on the 'Bucket List' from Siobhan at Children's Therapy Centre. A great idea to write down and save all the activities, places you want to visit and people you want to visit. Once the restrictions are lifted and it is safe to do so we can begin doing them.
You can follow her on Facebook or Instagram where she posts up lots of brilliant ideas to help you and your children during this tough time.
Let’s Play Ireland is a government-led initiative aimed at promoting play for all children living in Ireland during the COVID-19 emergency.
Playing is central to children’s physical, mental, social and emotional health and wellbeing. Children learn through play while developing resilience, flexibility and understanding of their world. Play in families enriches childhood. All children and young people have a right to play.
Play has never been more important, but during this time please follow the HSE advice on physical distancing and wash your hands. For more information go to hse.ie/coronavirus.
Follow this link: https://www.gov.ie/en/campaigns/lets-play-ireland/
One of our parents was asked to write a piece about Hope for the HSE. Hope is certainly something we all need during this difficult time. He has kindly shared it with us and it is well worth the read. Thank you Barry!
Smyths Toystore shared this video :
"This is a confusing time for children, our friends at PLAYMOBIL have created this amazing video to help answer any questions they might have!"
Children and young people need factual, age appropriate information about the virus and concrete instruction about how to avoid spreading of the virus. Without the facts, they often imagine situations far worse than reality. The advice on this document is from the Department of Education and may be useful when talking to and reassuring your children about the virus.
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