Play Based Learning

Play Based Learning

Play based learning draws from children’s natural desire to engage in experiences based on their interests, strengths and developing skills. When children initiate play, they are more motivated to learn and develop positive attitudes towards learning.

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The Role of Wooden Toys in Different Types of Play

The Role of Wooden Toys in Different Types of Play

We may not be aware but as children grow, the nature of their play also changes. Each differing type of play promotes growth towards a child’s development. As Fred Rogers states, “Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children, play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.”

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5 reasons to start your little one on a Balance Bike

5 reasons to start your little one on a Balance Bike

When riding a balance bike, your little one will quickly learn the mechanics of riding a real bike. When they turn the handlebars to the left for example, they need to learn to also lean to that side to counter the movement of the bicycle. When riding a tricycle or a bike with training wheels the movement is reversed. and they’ll need to unlearn everything when stepping up to a real bicycle with pedals.

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