Welcome to day 5 of the Independent Play Challenge!
How to easily prepare invitations to play for your kids
The best thing about setting up invitations to play for your kids is that once you have a system in place, you won’t need more than 10 minutes to prepare them.
And they can bring so much creative, independent play to your home!
It will only take you a few minutes to go through today’s tips, so you can have more time to do the assignment and put the ideas into practice.
- ⭐ Spend 4 minutes going through today’s workbook: How to easily prepare invitations to play for your kids.
- Read your assignment for today and spend 20 minutes planning the invitations to play for your kids (after reading the tips in the workbook).
- 📌 BONUS: If you want more ideas to try with your kids, check out this set of activity cards that will make it easy for you to set up one engaging invitations to play every day for a whole month (suitable for kids ages 3-8).
This is the last day of the challenge, but I have something special prepared for you tomorrow, so keep an eye on your inbox so you don’t miss it!
🙋 If you have any questions about any of the topics we covered so far in this challenge, please add them here in the comments and I’ll be happy to answer them!
➡️ Coming next: A special invitation for you (arriving in your inbox tomorrow)
📌 Here are the Playful Prompts activity cards mentioned above.