What if you could get your child playing independently today?
How to Encourage Independent Play is the ultimate guide for parents who want their children to play independently, every day.
You want more time to yourself, without more screentime.
If you’ve made your way here, it’s probably because you’re tired of feeling like your child always needs YOU around in order to play. You know play is important but you also need to run your household, eat, work, pay bills, and take care of other family members.
How would your life be different if you had time to yourself every day while your child played nearby?
With the right plan in place, you can:
- Have an hour every day to take care of your home.
- Support your child’s development while you make dinner.
- Give your child all the tools they need to grow up happy and healthy.
Everything you need to create this home is just a click away.
Introducing the How to Encourage Independent Play eCourse
This step-by-step eCourse has everything a parent could possibly need to support their child in independent play, today.
If you want to see more independent play, you need to get comfortable with three things:
1. No more overthinking it
With this magical solution, you’ll be able to stop overthinking your child’s playtime and finally take action.
2. Rotating your child’s toys
I make it easy, quick, and heck – dare I say fun! Because when you see the joy it brings your children, you’ll finally get it!
3. Setting your child(ren) up for success
Just a few minutes every day can make a difference in how your child plays. Let me share this great strategy with you!
Take a look inside the How to Encourage Independent Play eCourse:
6 Units and 15 Modules will guide you towards supporting your child to play independently – so you can be sure you know exactly what you need to do.
A wow-worthy workbook will walk you through each unit, keeping you on track and focused.
Ready-made resources to help you get organized, like these tried-and-tested editable labels for toy bins, and my fully automated toy organization system, have proven to create success.
Meet Kelly Anne
Kelly Anne graduated with a degree in Elementary Education from the University of South Carolina in 2010. She welcomed her first son in late 2018 and a twin son and daughter in October 2020.
As a mom, most of her days are spent chasing after her children and sneaking in time to create support resources for parents. Years as a teacher influence everything she does as a parent. Knowing independent play supports a child’s ability to think critically, problem-solve, be flexible, cope with stress, and be resilient, among other things, Kelly’s goal is to take the guesswork out of how you can support independent play in your home by offering real, simple, and doable strategies.
But that’s not all! You’ll also get these bonuses:
Worried you’ll be overwhelmed? I’ll e-mail you once a week for the first month checking in and sharing my favorite tricks for organizing our playroom. Included in those emails are options for you to:
- Schedule a one-on-one phone call with me.
- Submit your playroom for a playroom audit.
- Access a digital playroom planning tool, only available to customers.
Still not convinced? Your purchase is risk-free.
If you’re not 100% satisfied, neither am I. Try my How to Encourage Independent Play eCourse for 14 days and if it doesn’t help you get your child playing independently, simply reach out to me, and I’ll refund your purchase in full.
Isn’t it time?
Isn’t it time to say goodbye to children needing you while they play and finally be able to watch them play independently from another room?