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Fun Playground Games

Posted by May Recreation Content Team on Nov 25, 2019 2:45:00 PM

Kids have a lot of imagination and will often come up with plenty of fun things to do on the playground. But they also lose interest pretty quickly or don't agree with each other on an activity. When they need some inspiration, it's always good to have ideas ready in your arsenal. Here are some ideas of fun playground games you can suggest. Some require certain materials or equipment, while others only require kids who want to play.

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Topics: kid

Dealing with Childhood Bullying

Posted by May Recreation Content Team on Nov 12, 2019 1:10:00 PM

If you suspect your child is being bullied, it’s important that you intervene before long-lasting damage is done to your child. A child’s formative years need to be shaped by positive social experiences. Children who experience bullying sometimes end up experiencing social anxiety or depression. Later in life, it can be challenging for those adult individuals to build healthy relationships in light of ingrained traumatic memories.

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Topics: kids health, kid

Outdoor Fall Activities

Posted by May Recreation Content Team on Oct 9, 2019 4:36:00 PM

With the brisk breezes and changing leaves, fall is an exciting time of year. It's also the perfect opportunity to plan some fun activities with your kids before the weather turns cold for the winter. Below are some of the best activities to do with your kids during the fall. 

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Topics: outdoor play, kid

Teaching Your Child to Be Inclusive

Posted by May Recreation Content Team on Sep 11, 2019 10:57:00 AM

Children are naturally inquisitive, and they are sure to notice differences between themselves and other people they meet. When a child comes into contact with someone who has a significant difference from them, such as a disability or different skin color, it is normal for the child to have questions. However, if you hope to raise responsible, caring adults, you need to teach your child to be kind, respectful and welcoming to all people, regardless of their differences. Below are some tips to help you teach your child how to be inclusive. 

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Topics: Inclusive Playground, kid, Inclusive