Traditional Toys for Childhood Development

We all remember the simplicity of traditional toys like matchbox cars, toy soldiers, picture books, Lego, and games like Candy Land. Now, kids have the option of electronic toys like learning tablets, remote control robots, and electronic readers. The technology … Read More


Buddy Bench for Bully Awareness

Back in October, S&S donated a Buddy Bench to the Colchester Elementary School in honor of Bully Prevention month. We wanted to continue spreading awareness by sharing the meaning behind the Buddy Bench, and acknowledging that friendship can be encouraged throughout the … Read More


7 FREE Resources for Your Activity Program

When planning fun activities for your activity program at your nursing facility or recreation center, be sure to take advantage of some of these FREE resources in your community, thanks to our friends at notjustbingo.com. Local Schools. Contact your local … Read More



Using Google Drawings to Assess Student Learning

Assessing student knowledge can be challenging in physical education. Many teachers rely on multiple choice style assessments with a focus on rules. The problem with those types of assessments is they meet only standards that “identify ”. Standards where students … Read More


Parachute Play at S&S Worldwide

Looking at a parachute, you would probably think it’s not much more than some fabric sewn together. What if you could turn a parachute into a magical experience and engage even the most resistant person in the room? Brian Armstrong … Read More


10 Winter Activities for Nursing Home Residents

Need some ideas to rid the cabin fever for your nursing home residents during the winter months? Try out a few of these fun activity ideas this winter from notjustbingo.com. Host a Winter Picnic. Turn your Activity Room into a … Read More


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