D.I.Y Child Life

Heat up your hot glue! A website devoted to creating your own teaching dolls and materials

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Created by a child needing open heart surgery for a valve replacement

Created by a child needing open heart surgery for a valve replacement

Made by a child who requires a back brace for his scoliosis

Made by a child who requires a back brace for his scoliosis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How would you feel if.... Both you and the child draw your answers separately leading to conversations about different feelings and having more than one feeling.  Scott Riviere CLC conference 2014

How would you feel if….
Both you and the child draw your answers separately leading to conversations about different feelings and having more than one feeling.
Scott Riviere CLC conference 2014

 

These are my drawings I made with the child. She kept hers and wanted more circles to play with her family.

These are my drawings I made with the child. She kept hers and wanted more circles to play with her family.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Child with asthma created this "mini me" complete with pulsox, cardiac leads, IV, and high flow nasal cannula.

Child with asthma created this “mini me” complete with pulsox, cardiac leads, IV, and high flow nasal cannula.

4 year old Child with asthma made this doll to represent the feeling not being able to breathe.

4 year old Child with asthma made this doll to represent the feeling not being able to breathe.

My son needed a tooth extracted so we made our own mouth and teeth to demonstrate what would happen and practice coping skills

Needed a quick set of teeth to learn about having a tooth extracted so we made our own mouth and teeth to demonstrate what would happen and practice coping skills

My son practicing pulling out the tooth.  Model magic teeth and a pair of clamps. Tweezers would work too.

Practicing a tooth extraction. Model magic teeth and a pair of clamps. Tweezers would work too.

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