Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets
Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets

Why Play? - Growing at my Own Pace Pamphlets

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The Why Play? Growing at My Own Pace series suggest play activities for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities and ways to adapt everyday activities to encourage inclusion of all children, regardless of their abilities. The pamphlets are available for the following age groups: babies (0-12 months), young children (12-30 months) and preschoolers (30-60 months). The series is based on the content of the Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development.

The Babies (0 – 1 year) pamphlet suggests science-based and culturally-appropriate play activities. Parents and caregivers can use these activities to support their baby’s play, help their baby feel safe, support their baby’s healthy brain development, and build a strong relationship with their baby.

The Toddlers (12-30 months) pamphlet suggests science-based and culturally-appropriate play activities. Parents and caregivers can use these activities to help their toddler explore through play, feel safe, be ready to make new discoveries, and have fun.

The Preschoolers (30-60 months) pamphlet suggests science-based and culturally-appropriate play activities. Parents and caregivers can use these activities to help their preschoolers learn how to make friends and develop a sense of belonging.