When you need some time to yourself:
Pro-tip #1 Remember the audio story links we sent in Issue #1.
Your children will love hearing the same few stories every day, or every other day for longer than you might imagine.
When you need the best toys ever:
Pro-tip #2 Give your children an old pot, pan, or bowl, and a spoon and let them play in the dirt with some water. Mud kitchen is likely to allow for great periods of creative, sustained play.
*Don’t have an outdoor space for this kind of play?
Try filling the sink with a little bit of soapy water and pushing a sturdy chair or step stool up to the sink. Give them a few unbreakable dishes to play with in the sink.
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Wild Roots staff authors include Erin Boehme, Lia Grippo, CJ Cintas, Anne McCarthy, Tyler Starbard, Jenn Sepulveda, Heather Young, Amalia Smith Hale, Natalia Pareja...