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Why is play important?

Why is play important?

Playing helps your little one's brain to develop. It's also amazing for their language and communication skills!

A simple game of peek-a-boo, shaking a rattle or singing a song is much more important than passing time. The learning from this is incredible! Children learn to communicate, develop motor skills and it helps with problem-solving. Even stacking and knocking over bricks helps with maths and science!

So playing is the best way to start learning.

Tummy Time

Tummy Time

Tummy time is a great activity to develop your baby’s physical abilities & promote emotional bonds. It will help them to roll, sit up, crawl and eventually walk.

Big Little Moments

Building young brains with the Big Little Moments

Babies and toddlers are growing and learning every day and the little moments you share can make a big difference. Find out more about making the most of their Big Little Moments.

Big Little Moments

Fun with Little Ones

Help your little ones with fun and educational activities to do at home.

Each episode in the series includes stories, songs, low-cost craft ideas, animations - and lots of puppets!

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