When it comes to birth, the brain isn’t far away. Utilizing novel activities peaks people’s attention. Playing with small toys, shaping Play-Doh, or eating a sweet treat couples a creative activity with a meaningful message – and families are more likely to remember the main idea.
This month's Brilliant Activities for Birth Educators post is all about positions that a laboring person can use during the first stage (labor) part of birth. Learn about UFOs for labor (upright, forward-leaning and open) in this class activity.
This class activity is the perfect opportunity for partners to develop a deeper understanding of how the birthing person might be feeling and be ready with a helpful response when they say something unexpected. Try it out!
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.