Montessori Educator & Principal, Gavin McCormack shares 8 essential life skills to teach your child
Play & Learning
Preschoolers sharpen their social, emotional and cognitive skills through play. Find out how to support their learning with a range of engaging games and activities.
With Screen-Free Week taking place from April 29 – May 5, we’ve taken a look at the negative effects of too much screen time and found twenty alternative activity sets that are fun, educational and allow children to engage with the world around them.
Montessori Educator, Christina Clemer shares five tips on how to enjoy art the Montessori way… i.e. letting go of Pinterest and embrace the mess!
When I was pregnant with my first child, I had visions of us giggling at our inside jokes in my native French. Today, none of my daughters of speak it. Here’s where I went wrong…
Think back to all the fun, simple enjoyments of your childhood. What are some of your best memories or experiences? For many they are the simplest things. Here is our list of things for your child (and you) to try!
Easter is a lovely time to give and share some yummy Easter treats… especially when given in these adorable homemade goodie bags!
Early Childhood expert, Anastasia Moloney lists her top 10 educational toys for babies through to bigger kids.
It’s never too early to introduce children to the wonders of science, tech, engineering and math. They’ll have so much fun that they won’t even realize they’re learning!
Active Play is one of the best ways you can help encourage and promote both your child’s cognitive and physical development. In this article, we look at our 12 top toy picks and how they can do double time providing fun and functionality.
When the mercury drops and the whole family is stuck inside, keeping the kids occupied and happy can be challenging. Not anymore! These fun activities will save the day.