This week would have been half term if the children had been in school, so we decided to take a break from formal learning and do much more outside in the lovely sunshine.
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Construction toys in my view are a must for any home, playroom, or child-focused setting. Children learn faster during their early years than they ever will again – you only have to think about all the developments that go on from the day they are born until their first birthdays to realise that. During their […]
Play is such an important part of children’s early years development. Play helps children’s brains to develop, it improves the fine and gross motor skills, and helps them to develop their language and communication skills. Social skills are also developed through playing with other children, and problem-solving skills are developed both in solo play and […]
Handwriting can be an effortless way to get the kids to fine tune their motor skills. It’s an activity that can happen on a beach, the bathroom or garden to improve had to eye coordination. The index finger is the first tool the children will use and you can start by making an O in […]
Who are the Super Geek Heroes? The SUPER GEEK HEROES are a unique group of super-kids…with the tagline having fun in turn with a mission to learn! Their seven friendly ‘super-powers’ are derived from the three prime and four specific development areas of the ‘Early Years Foundation Stage’. The development areas and corresponding characters are: Personal, […]
If you have been following the blog over the last few months you may have been reading our series on learning begins at home. In part one we looked at doing experiments at home with children, in part two we looked at the part music and dance can play in home learning, in part three […]