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Ball pit

Find a big empty box, or small inflatable pool. Put your baby or toddler inside and fill it with balls. Let your child explore the texture, weight, and size of the balls.
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This Little Piggy

This age-old rhyme is a wonderful way to connect with your young child. It can be done with fingers or toes, during bath time, nappy-change or relaxing play time.
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Who is that in the mirror?

Sit next to your baby in front of a mirror. You can also do this during tummy time. Draw your baby’s attention to her reflection in the mirror.
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Big emotions

Listen to this reading of the book titled ‘In My Heart’. Pause where appropriate and talk to your child about their feelings. Try to find examples of times when they felt happy, sad, or angry.
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Stop and Smell the Roses

Dress appropriately for the weather and go outside! This activity can be done in your backyard or on your daily walk.
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Paying it Forward

Think of ways to ‘pay it forward’ by being kind to and helping each other at home.
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Supporting independence skills at home

For very young children, offer choices and opportunities such as helping to put their toys away, participate in cooking experiences, feeding themselves solids or milk are great ways to support their independence.
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The Wiggles: Social distancing

The Wiggles have recorded this fun social distancing song to support your child in understanding why they need to wash their hands, whilst including some classic Wiggles dance moves and singing!
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