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How To Help Your Child Get Ready For School

Starting school can be a daunting transition for both parent and child. But there are things that you can do to send them into their early years equipped with the tools that they need to have the most positive experience for them.

In this video series, The Play Projects founder, Kait Cummins shares her expertise on what your family needs to do to get your little ones ready to start school strong.

Video #3: Activities

The final part of our Ready for School series is all about strengthening activities. These play-based activities are designed to develop the strength needed for everyday school tasks, like writing, cutting and participating in sports. Plus, kids have fun while doing them, so they don’t feel like they’re ‘getting ready for school’ at all!

You can get the resource Kait mentions in this video here.

If you’ve not yet watched video 1 and 2, scroll down to watch them first.

Video #2: Healthy Habits

Healthy habits are an important component in setting up your children for success in their early years of school and beyond. Watch the video below to explore the ways you can set up routines for your child. You can get the resource Kait mentions in this video here.

If you’ve not yet watched video 1, scroll down to watch it first.

You can get the resource Kait mentions in this video here.

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Video #1: Introduction

Part 3 coming 28th December 2022…


Ready For School OT at Home Program

If you want to get your children ready for school in a proven, evidence-based way, our newest OT at Home Program is for you.

The Ready for School OT at Home program has been designed to help equip children with the skills they need to start school strong. Focusing on 5 different developmental areas, the program works on the developing muscles needed for functional school skills from the inside out. 

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