Articles mentioning: children’s development

Nursery Rhymes. Baa Baa Why Are We Still Singing Them?

Nursery Rhymes Jack and Jill, Mary and her little lamb and how could we forget about poor Humpty Dumpty? The chances are you probably grew up singing nursery rhymes and have now begun to ‘twinkle twinkle’ with your own little star. But what exactly are the developmental benefits for your toddlers and why are we […]

Play Based Learning Using Loose Parts

Providing children with access to loose parts materials enables them to use their imaginations in an endless variety of ways. Loose parts are materials that can be played with in an open-ended way. They include man-made and natural resources and can be large or small scale, such as stones, sticks, cones, shells, logs, planks, crates, […]

Play Away from Screens for Children’s Week

Our CEO Lesley Moreschi spoke with The Sunday Times/Perth Now during Children’s Week in October to discuss the impact of too much time in front of TV, computer and tablet screens on children’s development. Read the article and find out what Lesley had to say here.