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''Between infancy and age seven, young children develop more fine motor skills than at any other period in their lives.” Christy Isbell, Mighty Fine Motor Fun-Fine Motor Activiti..

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What is Play?

To play is to learn, to discover, to develop and to grow. It is to engage in an activity for enjoyment rather than a serious practical purpose. Children love to play, explore and allow their imag..

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Pre-Scissor Skills

Picking up and using a pair of scissors is something we often take for granted but how did we acquire those skills? Being able to use scissors is not an inherent skill set – it is a learned..

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Did you know?

- According to the Australian Guidelines for Screen Time, children younger than 2 years of age should not spend any time watching television or using other electronic media. - For childr..

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Mindfulness

Mindfulness is the present moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, body and the environment around us. It is about focusing attention on the present, rather than thinking about the pa..

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Screen Time

Not so long ago, Screen Time referred to how long a child spent in front of a television screen. Today, the lives of children are now flooded with an array of different digital devices that includ..

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Welcome to Inclusion Works! Blog

This blog will be a place where all things early childhood can be shared and discussed and provide parents, educators and professionals with an environment to learn and contribute to the discussio..

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