I definitely recommend this book to all of you Child Development whiz’s! I’m having so much fun reading through it.
This may look like just your average run of the mill 1940’s slinky, and it is…kind of. A slinky can be used by Child Life to teach a school aged patient about a lumbar puncture by comparing the slinky to a spine. Pretty cool, huh? It can also be used for endless fun if put on an escalator!
“Childhood has its own ways of seeing, thinking, and feeling…” – Jean Jacques Rousseau
“Children learn for the sake of learning; their minds seek knowledge like the eye seeks light.” – John Locke
Awkward silence Pt. 2:
These are great conversation starters for children — they’re also in a printable format to be able to put in a mason jar and have on your dinning room table as a conversation piece.
“Play is the work of childhood” – Jean Piaget
This is a workbook/activity book to be used with children who have experienced a loss of a loved one.