Your child sees you use numbers every single day in various different ways from dividing up strawberries onto separate plates for snack time to adding up money from your purse, but how can you help them develop their numeracy skills? 
Look. Listen. Touch. Smell. Taste. Five fundamental elements of life that we often take for granted. When we talk about the senses, most children over a certain age can list them off without problem. Any and all of these can be incorporated into sensory play. 
It's not just children who have difficulty with sensory integration who can benefit from sensory play. The truth is, all children need help learning how to use their senses. 
Your child learns by imagining and doing. Have you ever watched your child pick up a stone and pretend it is a spaceship, or made bunny ears with their fingers and hopped across the living room? In the midst of creating a cafe together, clomping around in grown-up shoes, or twirling around with friends in a fairy tale land, your child is learning to solve problems, coordinate, cooperate, and think flexibly. 
One of our favourite activities here at Wellies is storytelling. Stories have so much to offer! They develop listening and communication skills, improve concentration and memory, bring experiences alive, and create a sense of wonder! 
Children learn in lots of different ways and one fun way in which they can learn about different concepts and gain new skills is through water play. 
Learning through food. Baking and cooking can be so much fun. Exploring colours, shapes, tastes, smells and textures. It's a topic we all love to talk about...Food! 
 
There are many ways in which a child can learn. Learning when we were children was quite different to learning today. There are so many amazing ways children can learn now, from adventurous apps, guided YouTube videos, interactive courses and much more. 
 
The next few months are the most exciting of the year in terms of cultural festivals, events and celebrations. We truly live in an amazing and diverse world, so it’s only fair we celebrate it the best we can, right? 
 
Can you believe it’s autumn again?! We don’t know about you but this year has just flown by! 
 
Resilience is the ability to bounce back from stress, adversity, failure, challenges, or even trauma. We believe, it’s not something that children either have or don’t have; like many things in life it’s a skill that kids develop as they grow. 
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