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    Art & Craft

    Making art and fostering creativity is important for the development of fundamental social and cognitive skills. Here's some fun and easy ways to get crafty at home!
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    Block Play

    Play is a powerful learning tool for children that promotes agency and aid development of fundamental social, emotional, cognitive and problem solving skills. Learn more about how to use play for early learning at home!
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    Emergent Literacy

    Literacy is facilitated through multimedia. We can read books, create or retell a story using props or puppets, use art materials to create illustrations, technology and oral storytelling.
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    Games

    More than just a chance to have fun, playing games is serious business when it comes to a child's health and development.
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    Heuristic Play

    Heuristic play is when babies and toddlers use real world objects, such as wooden spoons, containers, pots and pegs in their play to explore the properties of the objects. Is the object heavy or light? Does it make a sound? What is the texture?
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    Nature Play

    Exposure to nature is essential for children’s health, development and establishing a commitment to conservation. Children who feel connected to the natural world are more likely to preserve and care for it.
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    Numeracy

    As children play they explore patterns and overtime are able to add, subtract and divide when given concrete items. Young children understand sharing and will often be able to share items between siblings or friends.
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    Outdoor Play

    Playing outside gives your child the chance to explore the natural environment and have adventures.They Can play games, test physical limits, express themselves and build self-confidence.
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    Play Dough

    We all know that playdough is fun but there are many benefits and learning experiences that happen when playing with play dough…Children learn and build foundational skills through it.
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    Pretend Play

    Play is a child’s way of engaging and making sense of the world. Role play may appear to be a very simple activity, yet within it, young children learn practical life skills such as dressing themselves, how to cooperate and share with others.
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    Puzzles

    From early childhood right through to adulthood we love to play with puzzles. We like the way they challenge our thinking and exercise our minds.
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    Science

    Science education activities provide children with opportunities to develop and practice many different skills and attributes. These include communication skills, collaborative skills, team working and perseverance.
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    Mud Play

    While playing with mud, children are learning and testing theories, as well as developing foundational understanding of maths and literacy.
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