Finding Confidence in Communication with Speech and Drama Programme

When Carl was around 4 years old, we observed that whenever other kids approached him to talk or play, he would stay away from them and try to run away from them. We found that ...
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Get Your Kids Off the Couch!: Scavenger Hunt for Letters

  Too long spent in the house makes for restless kids. Time to get your children out into the open! In this activity, your child is tasked to find letters hidden in an outdoor ...
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Hopscotch with a Twist: Hop Off From Smartphones

   You’ve probably played hopscotch as a child. Here’s our twist on this childhood classic game – Hop To It! Hop To It is played the same way as the classic hopscotch, except ...
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Balancing Act: 10 Favourite Instagram Accounts for Pre-school Tips

  Social media is a gold mine for parents. Especially if you’re looking for ideas to educate and entertain your children to wean them off digital devices. Particularly on ...
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How To Improve Your Child’s Vocabulary with the Phonics Letter Boxes Game

Sometimes your child might have difficulty recognising words that start with similar letters, such as “b” for boy and “p” for pants. What if we used mailboxes to help them ...
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How To Get Your Child To Love Reading With The Reading Caterpillar Game

Here’s a great way to encourage your children to read more: get them to build a Reading Caterpillar! The Reading Caterpillar is a large paper caterpillar. The more books your ...
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