Details for ROUGH AND TUMBLE
445824-G (ADULT PROGRAMS)

There are 4 sections of this class
Gender: Co-ed
Ages: 18 years and Up
Open to These Grades: N/A
Dates\Days\Times\Locations:
Date Time Day Location
12/03/2018 7:00P to 9:00P Mon
1350 TURK HILL ROAD
Fairport NY, 14450
(585)223-5050
Counts:
Enrolled: (1), Waitlisted: (0)
Potential Fees:
Applied On or After 08/06/2018: Fees: $10.00  (Required)
Applicable discounts not applied and Taxes included in price.
Details:
In this series of Seminars, we discuss the power of self-directed play in the life of a child. We will explore the research, evidence and the benefits of different types of play in the life of a child. We will see how children benefit from self-directed play and learning, STEAM activities and Loose Parts play, Process oriented art, and Rough house play. Each month this fall, we will explore a different topic. This seminar series is great for parents or caregivers or young children, child care/preschool staff, and anyone with a young child in their life! Each seminar meets the OCFS criteria for 2 hours of training credits for child care providers and preschool teachers. A certificate will be given for 2 hours of training credits in OCFS training topic areas 1 and 3. For specifics on each topic in the series, go to http://progressiveearlylearning.com/seminar-series/
Children love rough house play! It is the foundation of all other forms of play. All mammals take part in some form of rough house play. Come hear about the research into and the benefits of rough housing with your children. Children benefit tremendously from rough house play but it is often immediately stopped by adults, and it's a shame. In this presentation, we discuss the benefits of allowing rough house play, the research on the subject, and some good techniques to use while facilitating this type of play.