Having a play carpets, creates a designated space for your child to play. For parents, it’s also super helpful! If you teach your child to keep the toys in that area, your chances of stepping on a toy are reduced. I know we have all stepped on one too many toys. Play carpets can also inspire new play, depending what is on the play carpet. For example, Izzy’s play carpet has a little town and roads. Izzy’s carpet is a Children’s Factory carpet called, Fun at the Fair.
Play carpets establish a clear boundary and designated area for play.
Now that you have a space for play, bring out some simple toys for the child to play with. I wanted to share some child led play that we do on our play carpet.
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Eryka is a Mainer raising her little family in the south. Eryka lives with her husband Joe, dog Teddy and her busy little Izzy. The blog was named after Izzy because she is Eryka’s inspiration for so many things in life.
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Eryka is a former special education teacher and Birth Through Five Education major.