Filled with 52 literacy invitations to play, these cards are designed to be fun, active and engaging, not just because this is the best way for children to learn but also because this is developmentally appropriate.
There is a wealth of evidence in early years education research to demonstrate that children learn new information most effectively through play-based, kinaesthetic learning. This means playful, hands-on, sensory-rich, tactile and movement based activities.
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