Must-Try Strategies and Tools for Creating a Playful Classroom

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How do you improve social-emotional learning and lessen classroom management struggles through a playful classroom? One step at a time – and our Playful Learning All Year (P.L.A.Y.) course is the perfect place to start! In this course, we will dive deep into practical ways that you can create a playful classroom while increasing the learning, engagement, and independence of your students (even if you aren’t “allowed to play”).

*Don’t miss out! Request an invite to this exclusive training HERE!

In this Playful Learning All Year (P.L.A.Y.) course, we dive into how to create a playful classroom while increasing learning and engagement!

Must-Try Strategies and Tools for Creating a Playful Classroom

Imagine a classroom where students are more independent and engaged in their learning. Imagine a world beyond rotations, charts, lists, and timers where your students are making choices, learning, AND having fun at the same time. Picture a classroom where ALL of these things become the norm.

It’s ALL possible with P.L.A.Y. (Playful Learning All Year)!

This course doesn’t just reduce classroom woes – it transforms your classroom through developmentally appropriate strategies that help to increase engagement and social-emotional learning while reducing classroom management struggles. And that’s the most beautiful transformation!

Encouraging play in the classroom allows for students to work together.

Here are just a few of the things you will learn about in this P.L.A.Y. course:

  • What makes a playful classroom
  • Setting up your classroom environment for success
  • Building routines and procedures that simplify classroom management
  • Successfully implementing free-flowing math and literacy centers (goodbye rotations – hello independence)
  • Making the most of small groups
  • What purposeful free-play looks like and how to include it in your day
  • And more!
Dramatic play and sensory activities are a great way to incorporate more play in the classroom.

When you complete the course, you will leave with an entire framework of practical and evidence-informed ways to foster a playful learning environment that will pair with any curriculum!

Request Your Invite!

Are you ready to lock in your spot for the P.L.A.Y. course and unlock a new classroom and narrative to your teacher life? Just click the large, yellow button below to request an invite and have lifetime access to this course and ALL of the resources too!

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