Sparking creativity and imagination

Ride-on toys give children a lot of scope for role-play and imagination. Make-believe play can turn a car or scooter into a spaceship, ambulance or race car. The benefits of ride-on toys during early years can improve gross and fine motor skill development, balance and coordination, and more. As children learn to use their hands and legs to grip, push, pedal, and steer their ride-on toy, their muscles grow accustomed to these movements. These skills expand and develop as the child grows and moves onto more advanced ride-on toys.

Playing with the doctors kit, large scale painting projects, drawing on whiteboards with felt tips, catching ducks in water and building with duplo were just some of the other activities the children enjoyed this week.

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