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The versatile walking rope

Each section & strap is removable Whist strap / handle (2 in 1) Belt strap available for younger kids & special needs children Each section is a pocket Proper distance between each child Durable Convenient and safe Colorful and playful Our sectional walking rope has been reinvented to meet your needs! We tested it with …

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Loose Parts Play

A Reggio inspired approach This Reggio inspired approach to play uses loose parts to spark curiosity, inspire creativity, and insight ingenuity. Loose parts encourage open-ended play, children are free to move, manipulate, take apart, put together, re-shape and re-design as part of their play. Loose parts do not have a fixed use of instruction, children …

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What Is Inclusive Childcare?

An inclusive program should ‘look’ and ‘feel’ the same as any other. It is a safe space, one where providers recognize and respect every child as an individual with capabilities as unique as they are. Where every child in your care, those with or without disabilities are given equal opportunity and access to the same …

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Office closed from July 16-20, 2018

Please note that our office will be closed from July 16-20, 2018 for summer holidays. All requests will be answered on July 23 when we are back.

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Holiday schedule

Please note that will be closed from January 1 to 8, 2018. We invite you to leave us a message by email or phone and will reply to it as soon as we are back. Happy New Year ! Keep in touch with our new products, projeCts, promotions, contests and blogs and subscribe to our …

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Outdoor Play!

March 20th marked the first official day of spring for 2017 and with that comes the onset of warmer temperatures creating even more opportunity to take play outside! Spending time outdoors engaging in play has its advantages like improved social skills, children learn how to take turns, cooperate and problem solve among themselves. Outdoor play …

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Developing Writing Skills through Play.

One of my very first articles here on was on the importance of play during what we know as the most formative years of a child’s life, the early years. I’d like to further explore how we can use play to introduce, reinforce and master essential skills such as writing. By creating these unique …

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Introducing … The tipi

There are several ways to spell it, whatever your preference the tipi provides endless hours of fun and facilitate many forms of play, making it an excellent choice for either at home use or within a classroom setting. They inspire the imagination and encourage creativity, growth and development. They are invitations to learn through play. …

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Block play

Blocks are perhaps one of the most versatile toys out there.

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Play and The Early Years

The early years, from birth through six years of age, are often referred to as the most formative years of a child’s life. New skills are introduced and reinforced and with opportunity to practise these new skills, mastery is achieved. It should also be noted that the early years are the most viable for early …

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