The Power of Laughter: connecting through play collection

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  • play that builds resilient kids
  • how roughhousing helps highly active children
  • go play with your brother
  • setting limits around screen time

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play that builds resilient kids

How do you raise a kid who can adapt to life's challenges? Jumping on the couch is part of the answer. Learn how horseplay and child-initiated adventures can help foster resilience.

Presented by Patty Wipfler and Janet Lansbury | 54 minutes

how roughhousing helps highly active children

Your active child loves to roughhouse. Let him! It benefits his body, brain, spirit, and connection to you. Learn ways of playing with your child to help him build better relationships, creativity, and academic success.

Presented by Patty Wipfler and Lawrence Cohen, Ph.D., author of Playful Parenting andThe Art of Roughhousing | 62 minutes

go play with your brother

Teaching your children to play, laugh and roughhouse with each other is vital in building their sense of family connection. Learn how to resolve fighting during play and tools for getting them back in the playtime mood.

Presented by Tosha Schore, Kirsten Nottleson and Robin Setchko | 60 minutes

setting limits around screen time

Television, computers, and video games seem to have taken over our lives and the lives of our children. Whether the children are six or sixteen, parents are finding it increasingly hard to manage screen time. Learn effective ways to set healthy limits around screen time.

Presented by Megan Edwards, Kirsten Nottleson and Usha Sangam | 81 minutes

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appropriate for parents with children ages 0-10


Our research based approach is trusted by over a million parents worldwide
price $15.00