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Every so often you come across a tool that ticks all of the boxes. In the kitchen I love my Joseph® Triscale. In the car it’s my GPS which not only gets my family from A to B, but has also probably saved my marriage multiple times. Working with students, it’s the...
Imagine you could go anywhere, with anyone and do anything? Where would you live? Where would you sleep? Who would be your friends? What games would you play? You Choose! This is one of the very best children’s books you can have on your shelf. With the help...
This very famous children’s book, includes a range of animals from the Australian bush. Throughout the story, it is evident the lengths the animals go to, in order to protect their friends from being cooked up in a stew, made by the infamous dingo. It shows true friendship, courage and intelligence when these animals decide to trick the dingo. The story encourages children to join in with the common rhyming verse.
Take the Cake is a simple game that’s pure fun! Shake the sprinkle shaker and see which colourful shapes spill out. If any match a cupcake, place them on the card. If you match all the shapes, the card is yours to keep! The player with the most completed cupcakes at the end of the game is the winner.
Find It Kids is a brightly contained adventure. The tube holds 48 items for your child to find hidden in brightly coloured pellets. This game helps get your little one focus ready as it captures attention, promotes concentration and observation.
The study of the development of language is a fascinating insight into what makes us human. The development of language is a lifelong process. From birth, we crave the ability to communicate with others; we are ready to learn language and to talk.
It may be a cliché, but the pre-school years really do fly by so fast for us as parents and carers. They are a whirlwind of sleep deprivation and making sure everyone survives the day. It is easy for us to take for granted that our kids will do enough in their daily lives to develop…
Reading is about more than decoding letters on the page – in fact that comes much later, with school and the classroom environment. The building blocks for reading are developed in the preschool years – before they know their ABCs.
When your child enters the prep classroom, there is a high level of expectation for their attention across extended periods of time. For many prep kids, this can be a very difficult adjustment and many can feel overwhelmed.
From the moment of birth, your child’s expanding ability to remember is an important part of cognitive growth. Memory and learning are closely related concepts, for both adults and children.
When an event happens, when you learn something…
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14th May, 2019