“Nurturing Natures; Attachment and Children’s Emotional, Sociocultural and Brain Development” by Graham Music. Review by Mel Newton, mother of 1, Sussex Star rating ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Rich in the most current scientific research, yet engaging and accessible; A deeply informative and inspiring read for anyone involved with the care and wellbeing of children and young people. Graham Music GrahamContinue reading »
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Inspiring loose parts play
Kitcamp: a new inspiration for loose parts play You may not have heard the term ‘loose parts’ before, but you’ll recognise the type of play. Imagine a child tinkering with a collection of seemingly unrelated objects, e.g. sticks, pine cones, cardboard tubes, shells and buttons. They’ll use these bits and bobs to build a tower,Continue reading »
Kids insatiable drive to learn
We have all experienced kids insatiable drive to learn. How can we prove it though? What do you think it takes to create a learning opportunity? And how far is the human mind designed to learn against the odds, in almost any condition? We try to create ideal working and playing conditions for our children. ButContinue reading »
The influence of Playcentre
Kiwis are renown for their self sufficiency due to the remoteness and limited resources available to this farming land. The legendary status of the no. 8 gauge fencing wire, sums up the “Kiwi ingenuity”. As is 2×4 wood (“World famous in New Zealand”)! But you could add the remarkable story of the Playcentre Federation toContinue reading »