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Part II of Teaching Thankfulness with Debi and Elissa

Productive Play Recap Character Trait Thankfulness 2 Aired 12/16/15 Thanks to all who tuned in to Productive Play this week. With holiday season upon us, we talked about activities that help teach and reinforce the character trait of thankfulness and gratitude! During our show we concluded last months productive play by talking about the final […]

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Thankfulness Recap with Elissa and Debi

Productive Play Recap Character Trait Thankfulness Aired 11/18/15 Thanks to all who tuned in to Productive Play this week. With holiday season around the corner, we talked about activities that help teach and reinforce the character trait of thankfulness! We shared four specific activities that you can do with your child or children to encourage […]

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Fall Books and Activities with Debi and Elissa on The Productive Play Recap

Productive Play Recap Fall Books & Extension Activities October 21st, 2015 Thanks to all who tuned in to Productive Play. School is back in session, there is a chill in the air, pumpkin spice lattes are back and I had a fire in the fireplace for the first time in over five months… Fall has […]

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5 Needed Skills Recap with Debi and Elissa

Productive Play Recap 5 Skills Needed Thanks to all who tuned in to Productive Play this week where we discussed the five “soft skills” that help foster future professional success in youths aged 15-29. After each “Productive Play” show, we recap the episode here on the Word of Mom Radio Blog and at If Not You, […]

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3 Success Tips Recap with Debi and Elissa

  Thanks to all who tuned in to Productive Play this week where we talked about three tips for preschoolers that will help prepare a child for kindergarten increase their chances of life long success. Sleep, Plan & Read- simple yet effective things for parents to encourage amongst their young children. After each “Productive Play” […]

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