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For this edition of the Learning Potential Newsletter we have included a range of fun activities for babies and young children. Great to share with families in your community through your newsletters, Facebook page, and other communications.
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Bonding with baby
Playing with your baby is not only fun; it is essential for their development and their connection with you. Read this article to find out how five common activities help your baby to develop.
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Adventures with Teddy!
Here's a fun storytelling activity you can do with your little one that encourages imagination, teaches literacy skills and can make a special memento your child will cherish.
Young girl in the kitchen
Kids cooking, it's food for thought!
​Cooking is a great way to introduce a range of maths and science concepts to your little one. Find out more in this article.
 
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Let's play the hungry monster game!
The hungry monster game can help your little one develop their memory and language skills. It's great fun and can be played anywhere, anytime!
Mum and toddler playing with a doll in water
It's science time with water play!
It's never too early to get your little scientist learning through water play. It's easy and great for their development!
 
Young boy with a magic wand
Getting ready for big school next year?
Help your little one get ready for big school next year with the memory magician game! It's a great way to help develop their listening and comprehension skills.
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