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
If there’s one type of play that I’d do for the rest of my days, it would be dramatic play! It’s such a fantastic way to encourage so many skills in a way that’s playful and age appropriate. Today I’d like to share our brand new Construction Site dramatic play area! Our children have always
Play-based learning should be the foundation of any early childhood program. Through play, children learn so many valuable skills such as problem solving and creative thinking. You can even extend their vocabulary through careful planning and selection of playful learning activities! Today I’d like to share our latest playful learning area – our Vet Clinic
Dramatic Play is one of my favourite ways for little learners to learn through play. It provides them with so many opportunities to experiment, problem solve and be creative! Not to mention, it’s also one of the easiest ways to develop oral language skills! Today I’d like to share our Post Office Dramatic Play corner!
Imaginative Role Play is an important part of early childhood development. As children engage in imaginative and dramatic play, they are developing a range of skills including oral language, cooperation and problem solving. Today I’d like to share a really engaging doctor themed imaginative play corner that I set up for my toddler! My daughter