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  1. Rhyming Nature Cards

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    Rhyming Nature Cards 

    Review by Emily Dalby @freerangeedventurer

    We received one of the new additions to the website today, the Rhyming in Nature cards. They are a really good size, the illustrations of the animals are absolutely beautiful and it's brilliant that they look like true representations of the animals and not cartoon like as some other animal cards tend to be.

     

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  2. Early Maths Fun

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    Early Maths Fun

    Written by Laura @one.wild.family.life

    I am a home educating mum of two, my son, is a very visual and physical learner, he remembers things so much better if there is something more than a written work sheet, or if he can physically engage in the learning. He also is a storyteller and loves it when the world around him is encompassed in the story too. Because of this I try to create learning experiences that fit with his learning style. I love using resources from The Wooden Play Den with him – here are a few of our most played ‘learning’ games.

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  3. Phonics Games

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    Early Phonics Games

    Written by Laura @one.wild.family.life

    I am a home educating mum of two, my son, is a very visual and physical learner, he remembers things so much better if there is something more than a written work sheet, or if he can physically engage in the learning. He also is a storyteller and loves it when the world around him is encompassed in the story too. Because of this I try to create learning experiences that fit with his learning style. I love using resources from The Wooden Play Den with him – here are a few of our most played ‘learning’ games.

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  4. Winter Play

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    Winter Play

    written by Laura @one.wild.family.life

    Winter can be such a magical time of year, frost, low sun shining through bare branches, cosy days warm inside. Hot Chocolates, games and the beginnings of the return of greenery and light. Equally, it can be super easy to get stuck in the dark, wet days lacking in inspiration – never ending rain, mud and dampness. There are some toys that I come back to every winter, and specific activities that I find I rely on to fill our days this time of year.

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