Physical Fitness Month Activity

Physical Fitness Month Activity

Happy National Physical Fitness Month  May is National Physical Fitness month, a time to highlight the importance of staying active through sports and other fitness activities. In lieu of physical fitness month, we wanted to bring you a fun physical activity you can do with your students and children to help develop strength, coordination, balance […]

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Tips for Toe Walkers

Tips for Toe Walkers

Tips for Toe Walkers Toe walking is a common occurrence we find in young ones when they begin independently walking. It is a tricky thing to address as there are multiple different reasons why the kiddo is not walking with flat feet. Before the age of 2-3, toe walking should not be a concern as […]

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Springtime Movement Activity

Springtime Movement Activity

Let’s put some Spring into your step!   Spring has sprung and what better way to work on our child’s gross motor abilities then outside with a fun movement activity. This activity consists of both fine and gross motor skill building activities while addressing the key motor milestones for your child’s gross motor development.  Check […]

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All About W sitting

All About W sitting

Let’s Talk About W Sitting W sitting is a hot topic among the therapy and medical community. We hope at  Project Play Therapy we can provide you with the information you need to provide the best  care for your children. Here we will talk a little about what “W Sitting” is, signs that there could  […]

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Heart Healthy Board Game

Heart Healthy Board Game

It’s American Heart Month! To help celebrate, one of our Physical Therapists created a board game with active movements to get your heart pumping and keep it healthy! It is important to stay active in order to protect your heart, improve blood flow, and increase endurance. For more information about American Heart Month click this […]

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