Little Known Psychological Trick to Spark Independent Play!

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The Parenting Junkie illustrates how to spark solitary play with a psychological trick that sparks independent play is. How can we facilitate independent play? Often we inhibit it by doing the exact things we are recommended to do to encourage solitary play. In these times we need to learn how to encourage solo play and how to encourage your child to play independently. Children need independent play! It’s good for them and parents. In order to support independent play consider how much passive entertainment is in the home. Independent play for toddlers and independent play for babies is going to look a bit different. It’s best to have things set up separately for them in order to encourage independent play for each child. Setting up an invitation to play is another way to teach a child to play independently. You can lay out materials you have at home to create their own toy. When encouraging independent play you should not choose the play, all play should be child led play. In this video you will learn how to encourage your child to play independently and examples of DIY toys that support independent, solitary play. As you follow child-led play instead of adult led, your children will play more independently. By the end of this video you’ll know how to inspire playing solo by offering a way for children to create their own toys.

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