education (7)

  • learning through play

    Babies learn and develop when their senses are stimulated. So what they see, hear, touch, feel, smell and taste are all helping them to grow mentally. You can help your baby's mental development by stimulating these senses through play. Playing with your baby is an important aid to learning and enhancing their development.

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  • helping your child with language, letters and numbers

    There's no age that's too young to start teaching your child how to communicate, and it's all pretty straightforward. In fact, you could even say that it's child's play. From cooing to counting and stories to nursery rhymes, there are lots of simple ways you can get your little one learning.

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  • how children learn to read

    Reading is a skill that we use every day as adults, and it's one of the most important things your child will ever learn. Parents play a huge role in teaching this life skill.

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  • first day at school essentials

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  • from nursery to school

    The first day of school is an exciting time for your child. As they skip off with their little socks pulled up and a backpack full of pencils, it's the start of a new chapter for you both.

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  • the importance of books

    From The Hungry Caterpillar to The Slightly Annoying Elephant, sharing a story can be great fun for both you and your child. The good news is it’s never too early, or too late, to start.

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  • dyslexia

    Dyslexia is a learning difficulty where people have problems acquiring literacy skills. Dyslexic children will benefit from a different approach to learning and, generally, the sooner it is recognised, the sooner your family and your child's teachers can start to give support and help them achieve anything they want.

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