So proud of Leah as she has finally given up her dummy. I did not plan for it to happen; I seized the moment!! I noticed she did not request her dummy a few nights ago, so I hid it and she fell asleep without it. The next evening, I gave her some cuddly toys… Continue reading Goodbye to the dummy
As a teacher, I have taught children from very diverse backgrounds and different levels of social class. No matter where a child is from, I can always identify their behaviours from home through their role play either with other children or when they play with small world. Small world is using smaller models of life… Continue reading Role models
Exploring different types of weather is a lot of fun. Children get to use whole body movements and this soon develops into fine motor when they want to explore with sticks, leaves or fresh snow. This year has been excellent for making snowmen and talking about what happens to the snow when it melts. Leah… Continue reading Muddy puddles
I’m Rosie and I have a 2 year old daughter called Leah. I’m going to be uploading photos and video clips on a regular basis to support children learning through play. Why am I doing this you may ask? Well, since Covid-19, we know children have fallen behind in education and lots of work will… Continue reading Hello world!