April 14, 2022

Theme-based learning is a great way to dive deep into a topic of interest with your little learners. When you follow your child’s interests, they’re going to be eager and excited to learn more! And when you’re using play as a vehicle for this learning, magic happens! Each month inside my Little Play Club membership,

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December 7, 2020

Whether you’ve been following me for a little while or a long while, you’ll know that I love all things sensory play! But when it comes to food-based sensory play, well that can be a bit controversial. You see, many early years childcare centres don’t allow food-based play (often for cultural reasons), but I am

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August 24, 2020

Have you ever spent hours preparing a beautiful invitation to play only for your child to play for approximately 6.35 seconds? Maybe you’ve spent a small fortune on beautiful open-ended toys for your child to show absolutely no interest. Or maybe you keep finding your toddler playing in the dogs water bowl or throwing their

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June 15, 2020

As soon as we found our new home, I knew I would be building the kids a new bigger mud kitchen that would allow all three of them to play alongside one another but still have plenty of individual space to do their own thing. Outdoor play is something that Casey and I both hold

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April 6, 2020

Sensory Play is an important part of early childhood development. Not only does it help to develop a solid foundation of scientific knowledge, it’s also a great way to get your little learners involved in exploring the world around them. Today I’m sharing some of my favourite nature sensory bottles! You can make many of

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