Last year, I teamed up with two other blogs, Twitchetts and Views From a Step Stool to create a weekly Instagram challenge. Each week for 52 weeks, we had a prompt. Instagrammers would use the hashtag #PowerofPlay52 on their photos based on the prompt for the chance for us to feature them. This challenge is based on our best-selling book, The Undeniable Power of Play.
It was a resounding success with parents, teachers, and bloggers throughout the world posting photos based on our prompts. This year, we’ve decided to do it all again!
This year we have some new prompts as well as some old ones. Even if you decide against participating, be sure to follow along! There are SUCH great play-based learning ideas!
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The #PowerofPlay52 Prompts!
Every activity and every time you play becomes a learning experience for your child. We have joined together to come up with a list of prompts to give you a starting point. Each week, the prompt is meant to inspire play and learning in your own home. We want this to be a fun experience where we can learn from one another and share in our ideas and fun! Feel free to take the prompt and make it your own craft or activity, interpreting it in any way you like. We can’t wait to see your creativity!
Join us on Instagram @UndeniablePowerOfPlay.Follow the prompts and tag your photos #PowerOfPlay52 to share your ideas with the Power of Play community! We will be selecting from all of your amazing posts to feature on the @UndeniablePowerOfPlay Page!! We look forward to seeing what you create with your little ones. Make sure to tag any of your IG loving friends that might want to join in on this fun challenge!
Make sure you come follow us on Instagram so that you don’t miss any of the fun, and feel free to spread the word!
We are just getting started so don’t miss out! Start brainstorming now… If you get stumped, check the IG page for some inspiration! Let’s all encourage each other to teach and play with our kiddos. There is truly an Undeniable Power of Play that we can nurture in every child.