✋👀 Hand-eye coordination
Although hand-eye coordination is an instinctive developmental skillset that cannot be taught, parents can encourage children with stimulating toys and games ⚽. Hand-eye coordination can help children in various activities like catching a ball, handwriting ✍️ and life skills like
Serve & Return with your little one!
Is your child looking at something whilst moving their hands and feet? That's already called a "serve". "Serve & Return" refers to the back and forth interactions between the caregiver and the child. By practicing these interactions regularly we improve
5 Tips To Get Your Toddler Talking
https://youtu.be/RaDD88WmQ_c 5 Tips to get your child talking - written by Karen Kei, a certified speech therapist 💡Face to face - get down to your child's level. It is important for your child to be able to see your face and all
What are Open-Ended Toys?
We love open-ended toys as they can be played in different ways driven by your child’s creative mind and wild imagination! Think of doll houses 🏠, wooden blocks, pretend food 🥑, they can be played however the child wants and
Why won’t she listen to me?
You're not alone! There will be phases (more frequent than you'd like) when your child says "no" to everything you say. Sometimes they are testing your limits, other times they are seeking for power and control.This all comes down to
Social Play whilst #SocialDistancing
"Play is the highest form of research", according to Albert Einstein. Once thought of as mindless fun, playing actually serves a significant role for children by encouraging them to explore, learn, and grow 🌱 Through play, children can learn about 🔭
Play to talk with a PUZZLE
PLAY TO TALK even with the simplest toy like a puzzle or a shape-sorter - check out our video here: https://youtu.be/nDrSYm-ap1w
DIY Hand Sanitizer
Have you thought of making your own hand sanitizers? Store bought hand sanitizers rely on alcohol to kill germs and may contain lots of chemicals. It is very drying for young skin. Plus, it stings a lot when you’ve got
Pink? Blue? Let toys be toys.
Have you walked down an aisle of toys being divided in blue and pink? Cars and robots on one side while cubby houses on the other? After fighting centuries of equality for women, it baffles me to see how we instill ideas that
The Power of Pretense.
What is pretend play? Also known as imaginative play, it serves a critical role in a child’s social and interpersonal skills. Whether your child feeds a doll, or pretend she’s in space talking to aliens, she’s engaged in a form of social