The love of learning, exploring, being creative and allowing children’s creativity to flourish is what drove the Play2Health team to offer, our subscription based program, arts/crafts, educational tools, physically active games, science experiments, magic tricks, math games and worksheets and much more….
Engaging with children is a unique chance to bond with them, to assist our children with learning and experimenting, to enhance and engage their natural curiosity, to explore, to be creative and far more…
There are many challenges our children face every day in and out of school that can be taught in the way that they learn…
We believe that parents are just as responsible for their child’s education as teachers are…that we have a responsibility to create an environment where learning is a natural event, which embraces our kids’ creativity, curiosity and natural talents.
Play2Health was founded on the belief that parents need tools to work with their children and that they need to be a partner in their child’s education; to make learning a priority at home, at their own pace. It should be easy to use educational tools where they learn through fun, hands on experiments, games in math, science, reading, active games / play and more. Play is learning and play should be a lifelong endeavor.
Physical activities enable children to develop their motor skills, muscle strength, and their overall balance and coordination. Running, climbing, jumping, crawling—all of these may seem like mere child’s play, but they actually strengthen children physically and allow their body to develop normally.
In time, active play will help your children learn to become independent and do physical activities on their own. Chores such as eating without assistance, dressing themselves, and bathing without help from mom or dad are some of the basic things children will learn out of the skills they have developed through regular physical activity.
Active play does not only develop children’s motor skills, it stimulates their mind, too. When children engage in make believe, they learn to become creative and allow their mind to explore possibilities. During play, they are trained how to solve problems, how to reason out and rationalize, as well as how to use language in order to convey their emotions and ideas.
Active play allows children to develop their self-esteem. Friendly competition enable them to experience the thrill of winning, which then enhances their confidence, and help them deal gracefully with losing, a skill that will be crucial later in life.
The interaction that play provides among children helps them build social skills that would soon come in handy in their adult life. When children play with other children, they learn how to share and cooperate in order to achieve their goals. They are introduced to the value of patience, of waiting for their turn, of giving and taking, and of delayed gratification.
Childhood is considered the most critical stage in the development of every human being. It is at this stage when an individual forms the foundations that would later determine their capabilities, disposition, and overall outlook in life.
When it comes to human development, experts agree that individuals are a product of their biological composition (nature) and the environment with which they interact (nurture). While there’s not much that can be done with a child’s nature or genetic make-up, most parents focus on ensuring that they provide their children with the most suitable environment that will bring out the best of them.
Play is probably the very first natural environment into which your child is immersed—starting out as solo participants, sometimes with only their family to play with, and later on joining other children in a group. As simple as they seem, active play and physical activities are the source of most of your child’s overall development. In fact, studies suggest that children aged 5 years old and younger must have at least 2 hours of physical activity every day.
We welcome all suggestions and if the change you suggest can apply to a broad audience, we will take all suggestions into consideration. Please contact us at email@example.com with specific details and we’ll see what we can do.
Most of our worksheets have answer sheets when applicable and the answer sheet is included with the PDF. The math and vocabulary modules, if your child uses the modules online, their answers are graded on the Play2Health website. If you are printing out the worksheets, the answer page will appear with the worksheet, you can print both the worksheet and the answer sheet. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if there are any further questions we can answer.
Please contact us at email@example.com with the details of how you want to use the materials. We try to be flexible and assist schools and organizations that serve kids across the USA.
In most cases, no, placing individual PDF files on your site would not be permissible. Again, however, we try to be flexible, so if you are working with a school or other child organization, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with additional details on how you would like to use one of our worksheets.
Thank you for your interest in working with Play2Health.com. If you are interested in becoming an editorial contributor, please submit a sample of your work by email to email@example.com
Yes, we welcome your contribution to the Play2Health.com website. Play2Health only accepts original content that hasn’t been posted on the web already. Examples of content we are not able to accept:
• Something you published on your own site for a month, removed, and decided you’d like it on Play2Health.com instead.
• Rewriting or condensing a post you or someone else has already published.
• Spun content.
• The content must be detailed and unique: Play2Health will never accept content that isn’t detailed or unique. What we mean by detailed is that the content needs to be at least 1,000 words with no fluff. You can always make a post meatier by adding details and steps, so why not take an extra hour and write a better blog post?
• If a guest author wants to link to his/her guest post to their own website, that’s fine, however you must utilize a rel=canonical tag. The rel=canonical tag passes the redirect, and often takes up much less development time to implement. The tag is part of the HTML head of a web page. This meta tag isn’t new, but like nofollow, simply uses a new rel parameter. This informs Google that the post was published originally from the Play2Health site. You can read more information about this on the Moz website: https://moz.com/learn/seo/duplicate-content. We believe in giving credit for writing the post or letting guest bloggers showcase their masterpiece, this isn’t an issue.
What you may not know is that search engines might start penalizing sites that accept guest posts or discount posts made by specific authors because a lot of junk content is being guest posted on the web. Even high authoritative blogs, such as the New York Times or Huffington Post, are allowing guest posts and many of those posts are filled with mediocre content and spam links.
Copyright restrictions and permissions must be observed for images, and image sources must be cited. Links need to be relevant and non-promotional, and are subject to editing before publication. We will make a check for spelling and grammar errors, but we are not able to be writing coaches. We request that you have your post reviewed by at least one other person before submitting it to us.
Submission & acceptance:
Put your submission in an editable Google Doc, and send an email with the link to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will review your post and let you know if it’s a good fit, and give you feedback within the document. If the post is a good fit for Play2Health.com, we will schedule a day for publishing and promotion. Please be aware that we are not able to provide remuneration for any guest blog. Please email us with the subject of the blog entry in advance of writing the blog entry.
We would welcome your suggestion. Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com with your suggestions. We consider it a service to our members to add fresh and new content weekly and have pledged to do so. Please be advised that at this time, Play2Health does not provide remuneration.
When you see the page that prompts you to download the PDF file, you can tell the browser to save it to your hard drive instead by right-clicking on the icon and click “Save target as…” as shown below.
On a Macintosh with a one-button mouse, you may need to hold down the Option button first before clicking on the link, which should cause the browser to ask you where you want to save the document.
Here are a couple tips that will hopefully solve your problems printing our worksheets and workbooks:
Please remember that you have to be logged into your account in order to download our worksheets, workbooks and eBooks.
Ensure that all computer software is up-to-date, such as your internet browser (Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer), your PDF Viewer (Adobe Acrobat Reader or similar) and printer drivers.
In order to change the email address associated with your account, you will need to sign in to your Play2Health.com account. From there please follow the steps listed below:
Click on the User Icon in the upper right hand corner of the screen.
Click on “My Account” –
Click “Change Email” –
Please contact us at info@play2Health.com if you are unable to change your email address or if we can help you with anything else.
In order to cancel your account, you will need to sign in to your Play2Health.com account. From there please follow the steps listed below:
Click on the User Icon in the upper right hand corner of the screen.
Click on “My Account” –
Click “Cancel Account”
If you would like to deactivate your membership with us, please sign into your account and select cancel. If you could share any suggestions or feedback with us, we’d very much appreciate it. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Log into your account with the email address used to establish your Play2Health.com membership. In the upper right hand corner click on your account name and go to “purchases.” Under “my purchases” go to “active subscriptions”; Click on Play2Health.com Monthly Plan 30 Day Free Trial. Click on “Cancel Free Trial” to cancel your membership and prevent your card from being billed. If you are unable to cancel the trial or would like us to take care of it for you, please contact us at email@example.com and we are happy to assist. We would love to hear from you if you have any feedback to share regarding your Play2Health experience and your input on how to improve the website or product offering.
For instructions on how to cancel auto-renew on your Play2Health.com subscription, log into your account with the email address used to establish the Play2Health subscription. Click “My Account” Select “Cancel”. If you are unable to turn off auto-renew or would like us to take care of it for you, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, please include your membership details and account name.
Please make sure that you are entering your email and password in the “Sign-in” form on our site and not the “Sign-up” form. If you enter your Play2Health.com member name into the registration form, it will display that error message because you are already a member. Please make sure that you are clicking on the “Sign in” tab on the upper right hand corner of the screen. If you’re using the “Sign-In” form and still receiving this error, it’s likely that you’ve already created an account with this address and may need to reset your password to gain access to the account. Please contact us at email@example.com if you continue to have trouble accessing your account.
If you have forgotten or misplaced your password, please go to the sign-in page and click on “Forgot your log-in information?” Check both your inbox and your SPAM folder for an email from us with a link, which will assist you in resetting your password. If you continue having trouble resetting the password yourself, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will take care of resetting your password for you.
Unfortunately, for the protection of your financial information, we only accept online purchases through our secure payment system. We’re unable to accept cash or any payment information via email. You can pay with any Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, or Debit cards. If you have trouble making a purchase with one of these approved methods, please contact us at email@example.com and we are happy to assist.
We’re unable to accept cash or any payment information via email. You can pay with any Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, or Debit cards. We’re unable to provide you with an exchange rate for purchases made from other countries as each credit card provider sets its own rate. If you have any other questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org at any time.
You can pay for your membership on Play@Health.com with any Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover or Debit Cards. Unfortunately, we do not accept PayPal at this time. It’s something we hope to offer our customers in the future but at this time, the secure payment processing company we work with does not support PayPal payments. If you have any questions regarding your membership, please contact us at email@example.com
Did your auto-renewal not go through? This can happen for a number of reasons including an expired card, a new account number, or the card’s limit being reached. Because some financial institutions charge customers for failed payments, we stop trying to charge cards after three failed attempts. At that time we terminate the account in order to avoid subsequent payment attempts. If you’d like to reactivate your account, you’ll need to repeat the sign up process. You do not need to create a new Play2Health.com account. Simply login to your account, visit the Payment page and update your payment details.
You can update your credit card information by visiting your Play2Health.com account, Click on your Sign In from the menu, sign into your account and you’ll see a box with “Billing Information” that has an edit button. Click on “use a new card.” For the protection of your financial information, we’re not able to accept your credit card information for a manual update but if you have any trouble updating the information yourself, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to work through any issue with you.
You can easily view a copy of your receipt by signing in to your account. From there, simply click “Purchase History” and when the new page appears, click the month you need the receipt for, a new page will appear with a button that says “Print Receipt”.
We always appreciate feedback on how to make Play2Health.com even better. If you have any suggestions or feedback for us, please contact us at email@example.com; we would love to hear from you.
We attempt to make all content and resources on Play2Health.com as accurate and up to date as possible. Because we are human, we sometimes make mistakes!
If you noticed a mistake on one of our worksheets, eBooks, articles or videos, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide the link (if possible) and the mistake you noticed and we will make that correction immediately.
Unfortunately, as a small USA company, we do not have the resources for a dedicated phone customer service department. However, we are more than willing to help you with any problems you may have via email. Simply contact us at email@example.com with any issues, feedback or comments and we’ll try our best to help you solve it.
Here are some insights that will hopefully solve your problem accessing Play2Health.com:
• Please remember that you have to be logged into your account in order to access our worksheets, workbooks, videos and PDFs.
• Please ensure that all relevant computer software is up-to-date, such as your internet browser (Google Chrome, Safari, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Internet Explorer) and your PDF Viewer (Adobe Acrobat Reader.)
• Your internet browser may be incorrectly loading an outdated version of our website. To fix this, simply clear your internet browser’s cookies and cache. This is usually found in the “settings” or “tools” section within your browser.
• After installing new software and/or making changes to your browser, please make sure to restart your computer to ensure that the changes take effect.
If you are still experiencing issues with accessing our website, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.