Connective play

  • Video
  • Age 5+
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The GOSH Play team says:

“Keeping a child’s focus on the positive – on what they enjoyed about a person or a place, and that they will hopefully be able to see that person or visit that place again soon – can make all the difference during times of isolation or worry.”

We’ve all had to spend time apart from loved ones in recent times, which can lead to children feeling isolated from friends and family.

What to do

This connective play activity from the experts at GOSH uses crafting and creative forms of expression to help children feel in touch with their loved ones.

Watch our step-by-step video, voiced by a member of our Play team, to learn more.

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