Encouraging your child to play on their own just got easier.

Learn how to transform your home and improve your child's independent play.

Here's The Thing:
You Want More Freedom,
Without More Screen Time

If you’ve made your way here, it’s probably because you’re tired of feeling like your child always needs you near them to play. You know independent play is important but you also need to run your household, eat, work, pay bills, and take care of other family members. With the right plan in place, you can:


Have at least an hour every day to take care of yourself and your home.


Support your child's development while making dinner.


Give your child all the tools they need to grow up happy and healthy!


How to Encourage Independent Play at Home


Downloadable E-Book

So you can print it, view it on your phone, or any eReader.


5 Units + 15 Lessons

To guide you through every room in your house and make changes that encourage more play.


Editable Resources

Ready-made resources to help you get organized!

If you want more independent play,
you need to get comfortable with three things.

What are you waiting for?