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The importance of play in early childhood development

The importance of play in early childhood development

Play in a child’s day is essential to their health and wellbeing.  Far from being just time wasting, play, in all its forms, helps children grow and develop. Play also helps to support connections to form in a child’s brain which brings lifelong benefits in terms of their social, emotional and cognitive development.
Sleep Tip 9 - How can I help my toddler feel good about sleep?

Sleep Tip 9 - How can I help my toddler feel good about sleep?

As an infant develops into a toddler, they become increasingly aware of the world around them. This includes the realisation that they are an indiv...
Sleep Tip 8 - Understanding our Toddlers and Sleep

Sleep Tip 8 - Understanding our Toddlers and Sleep

Toddlers have a lot going on! It’s a time of great brain growth as they actively learn new things every day. It is also a time when they can be qui...
Transitioning From Two Naps To One

Transitioning From Two Naps To One

Toddlers are usually ready to drop their morning nap at around 15 to 18 months. Transitioning to one nap can be a challenging time for both parents and children. Here are some signs to watch out for and some tips to make the transition easier for all.