We’ve put together an update that’s sure to please and give all viewers something to cheer about.
The Olympic weekend was spectacular! Today we’re updating playgrounds with some exceptional content. We’re featuring Olympians in many sports.
We catch up with Kayla Harrison after her gold medal triumph in judo at the London Games.
Tony Azevedo spends some time at his local YMCA answering questions from kids about his muscles and being an Olympian.
Michael Phelps, Olympic medalist, explains his drive for gold and excellence.
Getting up and going to practice is sometimes the hardest part of preparation, as explained by several Olympians in this video.
See more great, fun and educational content for kids at Playrific.com.
The London 2012 Olympics are proceeding with great excitement: new faces, new records, great competitions.
We’re featuring 3 new items for today:
- USA Gymnastics Coach Kelli was inducted into the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame in 2005. She has coached a handful of Olympians. Kelli starts you here with the basics. Gymnastics basics
- The US women’s soccer team looks to defend their gold medal in London; The US women’s soccer team has been changing history for women’s sports since their dramatic 1999 World Cup win. They are looking to continue tradition. The US women’s soccer team
Playrific has updated Olympics content!
Items added today include:
If you’ve got some favorites that we missed, please send us a note.
Playrific joins Mental Health America its tradition of celebrating “May is Mental Health Month,” which began in 1949 to raise awareness of mental health conditions and mental wellness for all.
This year, MHA is addressing these important issues through two themes:
Do More for 1 in 4 is a call to action to help the 1 in 4 American adults who live with a diagnosable, treatable mental health condition and the fact that they can go on to live full and productive lives. Download the Do More For 1in4 Toolkit.
The second theme, Healing Trauma’s Invisible Wounds, focuses on the impact of traumatic events on individuals and communities. It centers around asking the person-based question: “What happened to you?” Download the Healing Trauma’s Invisible Wounds Toolkit.
Among the media we have pulled together to help kids learn about mental health is Just the Way You Are – by MattyBRaps