We want to raise children who are happy, healthy and confident. But how do we ensure our children learn how to embrace their uniqueness, develop resilience and develop strategies to navigate big, tricky feelings? As an early years teacher and parent of three incredible children myself, I am always on the hunt for resources that
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,
Small World Play is such an important part of early childhood development and it has numerous benefits for your little learners. As your child explores a small world, they’ll be developing their creativity and imaginative thinking as they create story lines and scenes. Oral language skills are developed as they role-play and narrate their thinking.
Our Connetix tiles are one of my most favourite open-ended toys in our entire play room! The kids use them for all kinds of play but sometimes I like to prepare invitations for them as well! A few months back in the Little Play Club, we did a Community Helpers themed Play Pack! It was
Creating a calm down corner for your child is so easy! We recently set up a space for our girls to use in their bedroom after finding that our eldest daughter needed some extra support after a big day at school. In our blog this week, I’m going to walk you through the benefits of