September 19, 2022

Whenever I went out and about with my busy toddler, I’d often pack some dot stickers, a little art journal and some pens in my bag to grab for a fast and easy activity on the go. Not only were they great for keeping little hands busy, they were also wonderful for developing fine motor

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Dot sticker activities for toddlers and preschoolers

June 27, 2022

Perhaps your child wants to be an astronaut or a data analyst or in fact any job that we don’t know about yet as it doesn’t exist. None of us can be totally certain about what tomorrow looks like.  The question is: how do we ensure that our children are ready for a world where

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5 Super Skills to set your child up for the world of tomorrow

June 14, 2022

Check out some fun and engaging Construction Themed Activities for kids to help them explore and learn about building, letters, counting and more! Children are fascinated with construction work zones and all the equipment that the workers use. That’s why I am so excited to share some activities you can do with your babies, toddlers

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Construction Themed Activities for Kids

December 2, 2019

Play dough is one of our go-to activities for little learners of all ages. Not only is it a really exciting sensory activity, it’s also a fantastic way to develop fine motor skills and strengthen the muscles in our fingers. This week I’d like to share one of my absolute favourite play dough activities which

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Play Dough Cupcake Invitation

March 2, 2017

Mathematics has always been one of my favourite subjects to teach in the early years classroom. There are so many opportunities to learn through hands-on activities! According to the Australian Curriculum, Foundation students should be able to subitise small collections of numbers and connect numeral names and quantities. Today I’d like to share some simple

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Hands-on activities for learning how to subitise