Tamsyn De Freitas

Tamsyn De Freitas

SA / Preschool Teacher || Aspiring Play Therapist. Follow my instagram account : fun_expeditions
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How to Make Easy Homemade Sidewalk Chalk Bugs: Make your own sidewalk chalk with just a few supplies. Makes a great birthday party favor or summer activity! [ad]

How to Make Easy Homemade Sidewalk Chalk Bugs: Make your own sidewalk chalk with just a few supplies. Makes a great birthday party favor or summer activity! [ad]

This grief activity could be appropriate for children of many ages, from preschool to adolescent.  It encourages positive memories and coping.

This grief activity could be appropriate for children of many ages, from preschool to adolescent. It encourages positive memories and coping.

PlayDrMom shares how to start a play therapy case … very helpful for play therapists just starting in the field.

PlayDrMom shares how to start a play therapy case … very helpful for play therapists just starting in the field.

Calming: Living a RAD Life: M&Ms Feelings Activity.  Could also use Skittles as a peanut-free alternative.

Calming: Living a RAD Life: M&Ms Feelings Activity. Could also use Skittles as a peanut-free alternative.

Examples of Sand Tray Activities • "Create your own world" or "Tell me a story in this tray" • Client constructs representation of real-life experience, interaction or problem situation. • Can provide...

Examples of Sand Tray Activities • "Create your own world" or "Tell me a story in this tray" • Client constructs representation of real-life experience, interaction or problem situation. • Can provide...

I just went to a training with Paul White and he talked about playdough in therapy.  it was amazing.  this is a good add on.

I just went to a training with Paul White and he talked about playdough in therapy. it was amazing. this is a good add on.

Sandtray Therapy: The Mother of all Therapy Techniques - by guest blogger Amy Flaherty, LPE-I, RPT

Sandtray Therapy: The Mother of all Therapy Techniques - by guest blogger Amy Flaherty, LPE-I, RPT