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5 reasons why you should attend a First Senses messy play class

5 reasons why you should attend a First Senses messy play class

Have you always wondered why you should come and join one of our messy play classes? We’ve put together a list of the top 5 reasons why you shouldchoose First Senses as your messy play experts.    1. *Enhance children’s learning and development * All our activities during our sessions are planned in line with children’s developmental milestones and learning in mind. With over 12 years experience of working with children Emma is qualified to ensure our activities aid their learning. Sarah is also a qualified Early Years Educator with over 8 years of working in the sector *(check out our About Me...

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Play Activities to Try During Lockdowns

Play Activities to Try During Lockdowns

With half of Australia now in some form of lockdown, the days can be long at home, especially if children are home too. Keeping them entertained for longer than a minute can be difficult, so Nesk Kids wanted to share some play activities that could hopefully help in your home. 1. Build Snow People Grab some playdough, buttons, googly eyes, sticks and some grapat orange cones and create some snow people ⛄️❄️  2. Create Loose Parts Patterns Use some coloured tape, your loose parts and create a line design, shape design, letter design, or picture design. Get the kids to line up your grapat mandala pieces or coloured loose parts along the lines....

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How to handle the 9 months sleep regression like a BOSS!

How to handle the 9 months sleep regression like a BOSS!

Your little one’s sleep will go through many stages of development, especially in the first 12 months of life.  Did you know that there are 5 known stages of sleep regression, or really progressions as they advancements in new skill development!  This can include physical development, cognitive development and emotional development.   The second sleep regression that your little one will experience is the 9 month sleep regression.  Different from the 4 month sleep regression, in that it is short-term and passes in 2-4 weeks.  This is compared to the 4 month sleep regression which involves a permanent neurological change in...

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A Pic of Blair just born in hospital wraps, then text of Welcome Blair! on a pink background. Follow by Blair on Anthony's legs a few days old.

Welcome Blair Hazel

Welcome to world Blair Hazel Watts12.31am, 3.63kg, 50cm longAnd after the response from the story post here’s the birth story.This might not be as crazy as some stories but compared to Quinn it was completely different.During the day of Saturday 12/6/21, sarah started getting random contractions through out the day(1 every 20/30 minutes). Quinn obviously knew something was up because she wanted nothing to do with bed and took until 930ish pm to go to sleep and I followed soon after.Sarah started to get more consistent contractions from 1030ish but not enough to warrant a hospital visit yet, then she...

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