• Discussions on School Re-Entry Zoom Meeting: A Candid Talk About Student Physical Activity, Wellness and Emotional Concerns

    Discussions on School Re-Entry Zoom Meeting: A Candid Talk About Student Physical Activity, Wellness and Emotional Concerns

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    As districts across the world struggle to open schools safely while considering the important physical activity, wellness, and emotional needs of its students, Fit and Fun Playscapes has collected a diverse team of educational professionals to discuss concerns, give tips, and offer insights to assist in district decision-making. View our speakers and the topics we discussed on August 13, 2020, by scrolling below! CHECK OUT THE FULL WEBINAR HERE....
  • ANOTHER Amazingly Successful Year! 2019: A Year In Review

    ANOTHER Amazingly Successful Year! 2019: A Year In Review

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    Well, here we are again, folks! Another year in the books. 2019 is nearly over and 2020 is just around the corner. When did that happen?!? Last year, right around this time, we posted our "Year-in-Review 2018" here on the blog, highlighting a ton of awesome stuff we'd done over the past year. It revealed a ton about who we were as a company, where...
  • Summertime Tips For Kids With Sensory Processing Issues

    Summertime Tips For Kids With Sensory Processing Issues

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    In a wonderful article from Understood.org, an organization that helps parents with kids with learning disabilities, author Amanda Morin discusses a relevant topic that gets little to no attention. “Summer is a time for relaxing,” she writes. “But some of the sounds, smells, and sensations that come with the fun can overwhelm kids with sensory processing issues.” Sensory processing issues, also known as Sensory Processing...
  • Effective Sensory Path Design: A Conversation with Timothy D. Davis, Ph.D.

    Effective Sensory Path Design: A Conversation with Timothy D. Davis, Ph.D.

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    What makes a sensory path, well ... a sensory path? What elements are required to make an effective sensory pathway that benefits its users in the correct ways? Fit and Fun Playscapes sits down with an expert, Dr. Tim Davis of SUNY Cortland, to discuss!
  • March Into March With March Ants!

    March Into March With March Ants!

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    What are March Ants and why are they useful in sensory walks? Fit and Fun Playscapes gives a few examples of why March Ants are quickly becoming a favorite addition to sensory pathways!
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