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Indoor Plant and Growing Activities

Children Indoor Plant Growing Activities. Here are 7 ideas for how to do some fun growing activities and keep children busy.  Activities include an onion person, a Humpty Dumpty potato or swede, an egg shell garden, wheat people and more.  Young […]

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Creating Edible Gardens with Children

Edible gardens in early childhood centres and homes provide a valuable resource for teaching many aspects of the early childhood curriculum while also creating and sustaining a regular growth and supply of fruits and vegetables. One of the joys of […]

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What’s all the Fuss About Playdough?

Playing with playdough is an everyday occurrence at many ECE services, but the humble activity is subject to frequent debate with suggestions that playdough and other food based play ideas are culturally insensitive. The debate is not new – it […]

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Playdough Recipes and Play Variations

Children’s Playdough in ECE. Here we’ve got an all-time favourite recipe of early childhood teachers for cooked playdough.   We also include recipes for: uncooked playdough and special playdough suitable for shaping into Christmas tree ornaments and gifts to be painted later when hardened. […]

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