National Hug Week

julie Wilson
National Hug Week

National hug week

Th e home learning pack included a cut and stick activity, a face template with different facial expressions, stickers collage, my feelings chart, hug book, what makes me happy picture with art and physical images and a hug from me to you card with collage. These were provided for the local community with children under 5.

• Children were given the opportunity to use their imagination and creativity in their own environment.

• To encourage limiting screen time for young child by providing learning opportunities through creativity

• To lift parents/carers emotional wellbeing and to open opportunities for vulnerable and isolated families to gain support and information

• To Increase parent-child interaction and bonding; parents have an increased confidence and knowledge in how to play with their child

• Greater parental awareness regarding age appropriate child development messages

• Parental engagement in further services, including targeted support/interventions when appropriate

National Hug Week
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National Hug Week
February 19, 2021
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