How fewer toys can lead to better quality play

Children and toys go hand-in-hand, and there’s much to be gained when babies, toddlers and preschoolers play the day away. Toys are a fun way to develop youngsters’ motor skills, enliven their imagination, encourage social skills, practice problem-solving and foster independence. Still, it is possible to have too much of a good thing. Overflowing toy …

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FEEDING, DRESSING, BATHING, HAIR BRUSHING, HANDWASHING, NOSE-WIPING, FACE WASHING…In the early years, these times are often referred to as caregiving times as the parent (carer) usually provides physical care to the child’s needs. How many times a day do you find yourself doing any one of these? Sometimes in the whirlwind of life, these can …

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