MOM: time to play!

On Saturday October 8, the Castel’Bambins Kindergarten Assistants House organized its first parenting workshop of the year which was placed under the sign of the game.

To direct this workshop, the MAM was able to count on Amandine Quost-Bourgin, a toy library trained at the National Training Center for Games and Toys in Lyon. This meeting, which included the participation of seven families (predestined number for this activity), allowed eleven children of all ages and their parents to share a good moment of relaxation. To do this, Amandine Quost-Bourgin took charge of the MAM facilities to organize different spaces suitable for babies up to 9-year-olds.

“The latter came with many resources: from games of rattles to symbolic games (market, doll, Playmobil, etc.), manipulation or even the game of rules”, explain the nannies who saw the toy library accompany each family in this relationship . to the game.

This morning was also an opportunity for Amandine Quost-Bourgin to explain the importance of free play. In this idea, she proposed different types of games (sensory and motor, imitation, construction and rules for older children) while insisting on the place of parents in the game.

The workshop, which has been made possible thanks to the financial support of CAF and the MSA, ended with an outdoor friendship cup in which the children were also invited to play with chalk, a slide, small vehicles, a scooter,…

Finally, the toy library announced the formation of a new association: L’Esperluette; this with the aim of creating an itinerant toy library throughout the territory of the Community of Municipalities of Trois-Forêts.

The next workshop, which is also open to everyone with prior reservation, will be held on November 19, at 10:30 am, at the MAM and will have the theme “Discovering our senses.”

On Saturday October 8, the Castel’Bambins Kindergarten Assistants House organized its first parenting workshop of the year which was placed under the sign of the game.

To direct this workshop, the MAM was able to count on Amandine Quost-Bourgin, a toy library trained at the National Training Center for Games and Toys in Lyon. This meeting, which included the participation of seven families (predestined number for this activity), allowed eleven children of all ages and their parents to share a good moment of relaxation. To do this, Amandine Quost-Bourgin took charge of the MAM facilities to organize different spaces suitable for babies up to 9-year-olds.

“The latter came with many resources: from games of rattles to symbolic games (market, doll, Playmobil, etc.), manipulation or even the game of rules”, explain the nannies who saw the toy library accompany each family in this relationship . to the game.

This morning was also an opportunity for Amandine Quost-Bourgin to explain the importance of free play. In this idea, she proposed different types of games (sensory and motor, imitation, construction and rules for older children) while insisting on the place of parents in the game.

The workshop, which has been made possible thanks to the financial support of CAF and the MSA, ended with an outdoor friendship cup in which the children were also invited to play with chalk, a slide, small vehicles, a scooter,…

Finally, the toy library announced the formation of a new association: L’Esperluette; this with the aim of creating an itinerant toy library throughout the territory of the community of municipalities of Trois-Forêts.

The next workshop, which is also open to everyone with prior reservation, will be held on November 19, at 10:30 am, at the MAM, and will have the theme “Discovering our senses.”

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