The benefits of play for youth are many. Whether it be improving academic learning, decreasing anxiety and depression, or developing focus, coordination, and cooperation in a fun way, play is a great way to improve the overall health and wellness of our children. Join our network of local organizations for fun adventures for kids and families throughout Sheboygan County, Wisconsin.
Bringing the Fun for Everyone!
Playful mindfulness and stress relief exercises for helping elementary students find calm, focus, strength, balance, flexibility, coordination, brain balance, muscle relaxation, gratitude, self-awareness, social connection, and refocusing for learning.
Participate in our playstation activity booths during Playtime POP-ups at different locations and events throughout the county! We provide fun activities geared towards elementary aged students and their families to boost positive mental health. Get information on the benefits of play and youth mental health and connect with local community resources.
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Youth and families of all backgrounds come together to play and connect! Families can access mental health and wellness resources for all ages.
Staff from Sheboygan's Above & Beyond Children's Museum, Sheboygan YMCA, Sheboygan Community Recreation Department, and Mead Public Library coordinated by Fitness & Wellness Specialist Rachael Haas, combine their resources, experience, network, and passion to create unique playful experiences for our community.
Additional community organizations, businesses, and individuals volunteer their time and talent at Play is Healing events to reach more youth and provide additional activities and resources.
Generous community donors give financial assistance to help maintain the partnership to provide experiences accessible to youth regardless of financial ability.
The Play is Healing community partnership relies on generous community donors to maintain the program free of cost for youth participants. With your sponsorship, you will be providing resources needed to continue the program long-term as well as help it grow to meet further needs of the community.