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  • Incorporating Nature in Play

    Over recent years, the time children spend outdoors has been massively reduced. Studies have consistently highlighted the benefits of time in nature for childhood development. Here, we look at the facts and how you can help your child spend more time with nature.

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  • Time to get out into the Garden

    Rightio, there is no getting away from it. It is time to get out into the garden and sort out all of the chaos and detritus that winter has left behind. We have all spent enough time cooped up in the house, staring out the windows and waiting for Spring. Well, it is here now, so no more excuses, get outside, breathe in the fresh air and get busy doing all those jobs we kind of like and kind of dread. Of course, while we are out there we had better keep the children happy with some outdoor toys, some junior gardening tools or maybe even a sand pit or play house. Continue reading

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