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Learning Through Play

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Are you looking for new and fun play ideas to do at home with your children? For babies and toddlers through to school age and pre-teen, we will be sharing our favourite hands-on experiences to help your child learn through play and also share some quality one-on-one time with you (their parent or carer) at the same time!
A hands on way for children to learn all about blood cells at home or at preschool. The perfect starting point to talk about why we bleed and scabs form and how our body heals our cuts... with or without the bandaids.

A hands on way for children to learn all about blood cells at home or at preschool. The perfect starting point to talk about why we bleed and scabs form and how our body heals our cuts. with or without the bandaids.

From a very young age you can start to teach your child about emotions; what they are, how to express them, label them and put strategies in place to cope with them. We love using hands on resources that a child can use in many different ways at home or in the center. It all starts with play!

From a very young age you can start to teach your child about emotions; what they are, how to express them, label them and put strategies in place to cope with them. We love using hands on resources that a child can use in many different ways at home or in the center. It all starts with play!

From magnetic construction, to classic block play, mirror blocks, rainbow blocks, giant blocks and more! There is something here for toddlers through to teens...if your child loves to build you must check out this range of versatile engineering toys that your children will quickly fall in love with (and develop cognitive, fine motor and communication skills in the process!!)

From magnetic construction, to classic block play, mirror blocks, rainbow blocks, giant blocks and more! There is something here for toddlers through to teens...if your child loves to build you must check out this range of versatile engineering toys that your children will quickly fall in love with (and develop cognitive, fine motor and communication skills in the process!!)

If your child loves sensory experiences and dinosaurs (or any animal really) then clay is the perfect medium for them to create with!

If your child loves sensory experiences and dinosaurs (or any animal really) then clay is the perfect medium for them to create with!

When you find an engineering resource that is suitable for 12 months plus and supports the development of creativity through engineering, a myriad of maths concepts, shape recognition, dramatic play and so much more... we say go with it!

When you find an engineering resource that is suitable for 12 months plus and supports the development of creativity through engineering, a myriad of maths concepts, shape recognition, dramatic play and so much more.

There are so many different animals for our children to learn about, and if they aren't able to learn about them through first hand experiences then play is the next best way! There are so many different things for our kids to learn from our arctic and antarctic animal friends, from one learning experience many more are sure to follow.

There are so many different animals for our children to learn about, and if they aren't able to learn about them through first hand experiences then play is the next best way! There are so many different things for our kids to learn from our arctic and antarctic animal friends, from one learning experience many more are sure to follow.

Shape, size, texture thickness... we love the variety that nature provides. These twigs are a unique mathematics resource that also lend themselves nicely to creative play!

These twigs are a unique mathematics resource that also lend themselves nicely to creative play!