The Ultimate Playlist: 50 Reasons to Believe in the Power of Play #Infographic
Do you believe in the power of play? In terms of a children's emotional, social, cognitive, and physical growth, nothing is more nurturing and empowering than playtime! Kids learn naturally through play – they discover cause and effect by toying with their surroundings in various ways. It also helps kids build confidence as learn to make decisions, follow through with choices, and vocalize their feelings. The endless benefits of play can unfold anywhere and at any time – children just need…
Pet Sensory Activity: Wash the Dog - Pre-K Pages
This fun, hands-on pet sensory bin activity is perfect for your preschool or pre-k students. Teach your kids about pet care with fun mud and soapy water!
21 Craft Ideas for Kids to Make then Play With
Craft ideas for kids that can also be used for pretend play for double the creative fun. First, children enjoy making the craft, then they can play with it.
Play | Child Development Educational School Posters
From our Child Development poster range, the Play Poster is a great educational resource that helps improve understanding and reinforce learning.
Foundation Funding | Government Funding
Children's Grants provides a collection of resources on foundation and government support of children.
The Need for Play
“Play is our brain's favorite way of learning.” By Diane Ackerman Play is a critical component of developing minds. Research shows play is as important as sleep and food; so why don't we promote more play? Kevin Carroll is one of the guru's of why we need play in our lives both as adults…