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Supporting Language Development Through Play

Oh the power of play! Play is central to childhood development, everything from social to physical development is enriched through play. Language development is no different. Play supports language in so many way, as it’s when children play that they learn to interact and express themselves. Play offers a low stress environment. This allows children …

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Learning Bugs Loves Pretend Play: The incredible benefits of imaginative and pretend play

What is pretend and imaginative play? Pretend play can sometimes also be called be role or dramatic play as it’s essentially when children take on the idea of acting out a different role to themselves or playing out a scenario they have may some experience of. Children may decide to play out roles and situations …

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The Toniebox

So the whole of Europe loves them (apparently there’s no family home in Germany complete without one). We absolutely love them too, but what is the Toniebox and why is it set to takeover the UK? What is the Toniebox ? Put simply, its an audiobox for children. You pick a character (from a wide …

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Simple Ways To Inspire Open Ended Play With Our Handmade Wooden Toys

4 INDOOR ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN IN A GROUP SETTING   Not only are Mama May I Handmade Toys great learning tools for individual children, they are also terrific for group activities. Up until age three, most children will choose toys and play with them in an individual way even within a group setting. When children …

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