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Use chairs to create an obstacle course for a crawling baby.
Have you ever wondered why there are so many bubbles in fizzy drinks? Well this experiment will give you a clearer understanding of how bubbles are made up of gas that has been mixed into a liquid (fizzy drink).
Begin teaching concepts of big and small using everyday objects.
Using bubbles to interact with baby.
A quick and simple ball game to play on a rainy day.
Using books to encourage toddlers to identify and name common objects.
A fun game to enhance baby’s throwing skills using soft bean bag.
Using household items create a simple bat which can be used to develop skills such as hitting, catching, spatial awareness and co-ordination.
This game uses balloons to improve a child’s eye hand co-ordination and ball skills such as catching, throwing and kicking.
Dictionary skills to find different animal groups.
Using words that corresponds with each letter of the alphabet based on a category.
A science experiment that shows how a paper towel doesn't get wet in a sink of water.
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