FREE Toddler Play Conference
Updated: Mar 19, 2021
DEEPLY ENGAGE YOUR TODDLER with this FREE 5 day event!
After a stretching year of social distancing and having so many of our support structures as parents taken away, I am more convinced than ever that it is the small, sometimes messy moments of play that are most meaningful for child development in the early years.
But I know that giving our kids the gift of play doesn’t always come easy. From toy clutter, big emotions and always wanting to be played with it can be hard to see the value in it. As well as get that peace of mind that you as the parent are truly setting your kiddo up for success in life and doing enough in these little years of explosive brain development.
That’s why I’m so excited to tell you about the TODDLER PLAY CONFERENCE. It is a FREE 5-day event happening for the second year in a row.
The conference will run from Thursday, April 22 through Monday, April 26.
It is entirely online (sweatpants are welcome) and you have a full 24 hours to listen to each day’s interviews.
Each day will be packed with amazing speakers equipping you with practical tools for creating a home that invites play.
We have a fun Facebook group which will be there to help put action to all you are learning as well as get in on daily giveaways.
You can attend the conference absolutely free, but you can choose to grab the VIP Ticket at any time. The VIP Ticket gives you instant (yip, like from today) access to every part of the conference, additional exclusive content from every speaker, a workbook, a coupon code bundle from our vendors worth 100’s of $’s as well as the ability to listen through your choice podcasting app.
The VIP Ticket is currently offered for a hugely discounted price which will go up when the conference begins, so start thinking about it.
Are you excited?! (I sure am!)
Head over to the HERE to learn more and GRAB YOUR FREE TICKET. More information will be sent straight to your inbox afterwards.
I can’t wait to see you there as I will be interviewed about what loose parts are, how loose parts inspire creative play, using books as a point of reference for play, and demonstrations of some spring inspired play invitations.