In today’s busy world, many parents may find that getting enough time to allow their children to play is tough. Although it might not seem like a big issue, there are actually huge benefits to letting your child play and explore their imaginations. Let’s look at how playtime can improve your child’s awareness.
There are plenty of early years education activities you can do from the age of one, and it can be a big help for them to have some grounding in knowledge before entering a new chapter of their own lives. So with that in mind, here are some of the early years education activities that you can be doing with your one, two, and three-year-old ahead of school.
In this extensive gift guide, I have taken some of the difficulties away from you. I have collated a great selection of gifts perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. It doesn’t matter if you have a child that is particularly creative, likes exploring, role play, or just loves to play with a toy that they can control, I have something for you.
It is easy to relay the alphabet yourself, but aside from repetition and just saying it over and over, there must be more engaging and stimulating ways to teach your child to read and write the letters of the alphabet. Thankfully, there are a few different things you can try. I have found eight ways that you can do this.
After half of a year of remote work in a house full of kids, you probably already ran out of fresh ideas for kid-friendly activities at home and developed hatred toward Baby Shark. But sometimes, finding something new requires looking closely at things you do daily.
At four-years-old she needed the opportunity to pick her own activities, to allow her imagination to run wild or be creative when the mood struck. Whilst she has a number of role-playing toys as well as access to a climbing frame. We were lacking somewhat in the creative and logic activities for her. Which is why we have been loving the Meli & Ro Activity Pack.
Despite my concerns, last weekend I made the decisions to see whether they still had space available for her to return to preschool. Which they did and everything was arranged yesterday for her to return today. I know that this is the best choice for her, more so than her siblings who are older and able to find other ways to entertain themselves.
You’ve heard it often! Your children need less screen time, and they need to spend more time outdoors. You know that. But that’s easier said than done right? Our lifestyle habits and digital dependency has made it difficult to get ourselves and our kids to step outside.
If that’s what you’re struggling with, here’s some help. Keep reading to discover 7 simple and actionable ways to encourage your kid for some outdoor play (and possibly you too).
After school this week she was eager to head out and about around our estate. An opportunity to search for the three little pigs houses. It was also a great opportunity to test out her new bright and colourful Frugi Puddle Busters. Slipping on her puddle buster trousers and coat along with her wellies ready to head out searching for the houses.
Go on an adventure and learn the letters of the alphabet and how to write them with Mr. Pencil. Close the backpack for learning and playtime on the go!