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31 May Pretend Play is Fun!

The Hanen centre has a great article about pretend play, which helps children with their communication and thinking skills. When children are developing these skills, it's important for them to have fun! Some fun pretend play scenarios include; tea parties with favourite toys, playing princesses or...

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24 May Science Proves Reading to Kids Really Does Change Their Brains

There is more and more evidence coming out that says reading together has many benefits for your child - reading can help both language and social/emotional development, both of which are important factors for children to function at school.…/science-proves-reading- to-kids-changes-their-brains_us_55c26bf4e4b0f1cbf1e38740?section=Australia  ...

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10 May 10 Things Every Parent Should Know About Play

By Laurel Bongiorno - from the excellent website. 1.  Children learn through their play. Don’t underestimate the value of play.  Children learn and develop: cognitive skills – like math and problem solving in a pretend grocery store physical abilities – like balancing blocks and running on the playground new...

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06 May Autism Awareness Month: Carly’s Story

To round off our series of Facebook posts for autism awareness month, we shared this video about Carly, a girl with severe autism. With the support of her family and many hours of therapy, Carly is able to communicate her thoughts and feelings via her...

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04 May Developing Friendship Skills

The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture where in the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalist design has been highly influenced by Japanese traditional design and architecture. In addition, the work of De Stijl artists is...

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