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4 Reasons Why Kids Need to Doodle

4 Reasons Why Kids Need to Doodle

Leonardo da Vinci did it all over his famous journals. Hilary Clinton was spotted doing it during a UN Security Council meeting. Children’s author and illustrator Maurice Sendak did it as a “brain-sharpening exercise.” And mathematician Stanislaw Ulam famously discovered an important number pattern while doing it on a scrap...

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Storytime with author Alex Miles

Storytime with author Alex Miles

Please enjoy storytime with a difference as special guest and talented children’s author and storyteller Alex Miles 'reads' Magical World....Psst.....watch out for the crazy ending...  Inspired? Kick off your own storytelling adventure with our brand new Movable Playbook - Magical World. Endless open ended storytelling adventures can be created with our range of...

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Once Upon A Time: The Importance of Storytelling for Children

Once Upon A Time: The Importance of Storytelling for Children

Storytelling is as old as humankind. From the time our ancient ancestors gathered around the fire sharing accounts of the woolly mammoth hunt, through to the retelling of fairy tales with children, even binge watching back-to-back episodes of our favourite TV programs, humans have used stories to pass knowledge from...

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Playing with Optics

Playing with Optics

Hands up who remembers playing with a torch as a kid? Creating shadow puppets with your hands and making scary faces with the torch under your chin? Maybe a game of spotlight tiggy on a warm summer’s night? Or practicing a bit of amateur radiology, trying to see your skeleton...

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The Science of Colour

The Science of Colour

What is colour? It seems a simple enough question, doesn’t it? Colour is one of the most striking features of the world around us. Colour can persuade us, effect our moods and act as a powerful form of communication. For young children, colour recognition is an essential developmental tool. It’s...

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