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Storytime
Storytime
Play Africa - Talking about Race Stories
 
datesSep 18
venueonline
timeFridays: 3pm
costFree: Donations welcome
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This great program introduces the topics of race to young children through books:
Join the series of virtual story time sessions:

Sep 18: I have brown hair and curly hair
Sep 25: Kantiga Tell a friend.
Parenting
Parenting
Self-Care for parents
datesApr 29
venueonline
time2-2.45pm
costFree online
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Parenting is hard work at the best of times. But parenting in the midst of a global pandemic is infinitely harder.

That's why parents in South Africa and around the world are invited to join Play Africa for either one of our two online discussions with independent play therapist Nonhlanhla Biyase and Explorare founder Kate Rowe. This conversation will be moderated by Play Africa play and learning supervisor Mpho Tsele. Audience members will be invited to comment and ask questions. This is a safe space designed to support you as parents!

About Play Africa Connects
Play Africa Connects is a series of unique online dialogues for South Africans to connect with compassion through technology.
Live on Play Africa's Facebook page Tell a friend.
 
Storytime
Storytime
Setting New Boundaries at Home: Tips for Parents and Children
datesJun 9
venueonline
timeEvery Tue: 2.30pm
age4-8yrs
contactJoin the discussion on Facebook Live

Tel: 011 381 3121
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Many parents are now trying to juggle work responsibilities while simultaneously caring for young children. They have to make choices about what is important to them. Now, more than ever, we as adults need to understand what boundaries are, why they are important, and how we can set them.

Once we feel confident setting boundaries for ourselves, we can model this for our children and help them to understand why this is an important lifelong skill for them as well. In this discussion we will explore the basics of boundary setting and why it is crucial for our own wellness and that of our families.

Join Play Africa, Johannesburg's children's museum, for an online discussion with Mahlatse Diale of Johannesburg Parent & Child Counselling Centre - JPCCC and Kate Rowe of Explorare, who will share some free tools and fresh ideas for parents. This conversation on Facebook Live will be moderated by Play Africa play and learning supervisor Mpho Tsele. Audience members are invited to comment and ask questions.


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