The days keep coming and I am officially half-way through my graduate program and let me tell you, it feels good! I have registered for my fall courses, am preparing for my internship and brainstorming the beginning stages for my Integrative Masters Project. It is starting to all feel real! Time has gone by so… Continue reading Keeping it All Straight: Internship Applications
Everyone loves a good craft/activity recipe. Since I discovered the world of child life, one of my favorite things to Pinterest were sensory activities. After college, I worked as an ABA specialist in a clinic. Many of the kids that I worked with enjoyed lots of sensory input to help them when they were feeling,… Continue reading Sensory Recipes: iSpy & Glitter Bottles
Many times, I went back and forth on whether or not to pursue a master's degree. Sometimes it felt like the best option and other times I would think to myself, "Where do I even start?" There are so many different paths to take: Bachelor's degree? Certificate programs? Grad school? Unaffiliated/Independent student route? In this post,… Continue reading Choose Your Path: Certification and the Many Options
When I first started researching Bank Street College of Education and their child life program, I stumbled upon the idea of loose parts. As a student, I continue to learn about the benefits of using loose parts to create something. In the world of child life, loose parts can be used for art projects, games,… Continue reading [EDIBLE] Loose Parts!
As I move forward with grad school and on to my next step as a child life student, I am trying to be as intentional as possible with my work. My hope is that this blog can be a place for me to explore and share the things that I learn, questions, and thoughts that… Continue reading New Posts on Tuesdays!
Welcome to Give Play Love! Previously, this space was used as a place for me to share and reflect on my undergraduate career, but I have decided to revamp the site to focus on my journey as an aspiring child life specialist. First, THANK YOU for visiting my blog. Here's a little bit about me:… Continue reading Welcome!