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Creative Play Tips

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Creative Play Tips

Jennifer Convissor, LCSW our licensed clinical social worker offers three quick tips for making play more engaging for you and your toddler/preschooler.  This video was made for the Shames JCC on the Hudson during our COVID-19 closure, but these tips are universal to any parent or caregiver who wants to get more out of playtime.  This short video also serves as an introduction to using creative play to; gain insight into your child’s inner world, help them process anxiety and enhance their creativity. Jen can be reached at jconvissor@shamesjcc.org.