The Importance of Sensory Play

Have you ever wondered how playing with your baby or toddler can impact their performance at school in the future? The below diagram of a tree may help you to visualise what is happening with your little one’s development. It is important that, just like a tree, the “root” (or foundation) skills need to be […]

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Child Development

Child Development – Trends & Studies from 2017

As mother’s ourselves, we are always interested to know how the Child and Family Science experts come up with their data.  And, what the outcomes are.   From a study forming part of the Master’s Degree Programme in Education and Child Studies at the Universiteit Leiden in the Netherlands, they posed a few questions to […]

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(Dis) – Ability Day, 3 December 2016

The 3rd of December is Disability Day, or the International Day of People with Disability. The United Nations introduced this concept in 1992 to encourage a better understanding of people affected by a disability, as well as raise awareness about the benefits of integrating disabled persons into every aspect of life. Disability Day is not concerned […]

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Happy Friendship Day, everyone!

Next week Tuesday (30 July) is the International Day of Friendship! We found a lovely project for little friends to create together, check out http://www.crayonfreckles.com/2011/11/days-of-creation-sensory-activities.html?m=1 for some detailed instructions. The activity is a lovely sensory bin that your little groovy adventurers can create themselves and at the same time it tells the Creation story. Using […]

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