This fun and engaging teaching activity that requires inexpensive and readily available supplies. This activity demonstrates how a birthing person can use the support of their team and work with their body to move the baby through the pelvis.
This month's Brilliant Activities for Birth Educators is a fun activity using lots of little manipulatives that will increase learning for families while enjoying themselves in class.
April is Cesarean Awareness Month and today's Brilliant Activities for Birth Educators post closes out the month with an activity designed to help families distinguish between "hard" and "soft" reasons for a cesarean birth.
Families want to understand the importance of Healthy Birth Practice #5 and to experience physiological pushing in an upright position. To increase awareness of what that might look like in a variety of positions, and provide the families in my classes a quick cheat sheet, I created this activity.
These little houses were the perfect opportunity for a matching game activity that got families thinking about what could/would make their birth experience more comfortable, painful or fearful. Another in the Brilliant Activities for Birth Educators Series.