Open-Ended Play: The Creative Way to Learn for Children
Are you looking for a way to support your child's learning and development? While many parents feel pressure to prepare their children for school through educational play, it's important to take a balanced approach that includes open-ended play. In the previous
Why Are School Break Times Shorter Now Than 20 Years Ago?
In recent years, there has been a noticeable decrease in the length of school break times. A long-term study by UCL has found that primary school students in England are now receiving 45 minutes less break time per week than
How children shape their parents’ parenting style
In the media, there is a lot of speculation about the effects of different parenting styles on children and even which is the ‘right’ way to parent. This can not only cause confusion but also leave us feeling under pressure to
Fun and Active Toddler Games to Build Gross Motor Skills
Active games for energetic toddlers Looking for fun and easy activities to keep your energetic toddler moving and burning off some of that excess energy? Look no further than these simple and engaging games and activities that not only entertain but
Is Slime Safe and are there any Alternatives to Slime?
What is Slime? Slime is a gooey, stretchy substance that is fun to play with and manipulate. It is typically made from a combination of glue, water, and a binding agent such as borax or saline solution. Slime comes in a
6 Habits to Build a Strong Relationship with Your Child
As a parent, you play a crucial role in your child's emotional development. A secure attachment with their main caregiver can help them form happy relationships in the future. Communication is a vital aspect of this relationship, and you can