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Month: July 2016

Why the right learning environment is so important at your child’s crèche or play school
Why the right learning environment is so important at your child’s crèche or play school

The environment of a child care facility can affect your little one’s start in life in a very real way. With a safe healthy and supportive learning environment, your child will be given the chance to fulfil their potential during this very important and high-growth time. Here’s how the best crèche and play school near Parkmore does it:
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Crèche insights: How sensory play helps your child to thrive
Crèche insights: How sensory play helps your child to thrive

During the first year of your baby’s life, play is all about exploring through touch, taste, smell, hearing and sight. Toys that appeal to different senses help your child to get to know the world, and responding to different stimulation is key to reaching early developmental milestones. Here are some tips for sensory play from our crèche near Craighall:
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5 great nutritional tips to support your child’s learning at play school
5 great nutritional tips to support your child’s learning at play school

Good nutrition plays an important role in your child’s healthy brain development in so many ways, from supporting their physical growth and keeping their brains and muscles healthy to giving them the right energy level to support concentration and learning. Here are 5 tips to help keep your play school child healthy, happy and learning:
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How imaginative games at play school boost your child’s development
How imaginative games at play school boost your child’s development

Imaginative playing, also known as pretend playing, is every child’s favorite game – whether they are mimicking their parents, pretending to be teachers giving a lesson, firefighters battling the flames or even superheroes saving the galaxy. But these games are so much more than just entertainment for your child – they are essential to early brain development, impacting on abstract thinking, math, literacy, problem-solving and language skills. This type of play at home and at play school develops these skills through:
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