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Top 5 Toys for Children With Autism

Posted by Lynette Hammond on

Watch our video and discover the top five toys for children with autism. You’ll find a fun collection designed to stimulate, entertain and delight children. Find inspiration in the video below and if you see any you like please click the links below to learn more.   Wooden Dress Up Mr Tumble Mr Tumble Hand Puppet Textured Mr Tumble With Fun Sounds Henry Hugglemonster Roar Back Mr Tumble Sensory Activity Table

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Top Toys for 3 Year Olds

Posted by Lynette Hammond on

Three year olds are getting into everything. They’re learning so quickly and getting to know a lot more about the world and how things work and how to share and play with others. Watch our video and discover the top toys that three year olds can’t get enough of. Please use the links below to learn more about each of the toys mentioned in the video.   Peppa Steppa Playmat Mr Tumble’s Spotty Bag Go Mini Night Challenge Raceway Hey Duggee Clubhouse Playset Textured Mr Tumble Twirlywoos Big Red Boat Playset

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Top 5 Toys for 4 Year Olds

Posted by Lynette Hammond on

Here’s our video that showcases the top five toys for 4 year olds. You’ll find all of the links to the toys below the video. Sit down and watch the short video and see what 4 year olds are loving this year. You’ll find lots of familiar faces in the list, Peppa Pig, Henry Hugglemoster and more.   Henry Hugglemoster Roar Back Hey Duggee Clubhouse Playset Peppa Steppa Playmat V-Dubs RC Roll Over Beetle Go Mini Night Challenge Raceway

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10 Free Summer Holiday Activity Ideas

Posted by Lynette Hammond on

  The summer holidays are in full flow and so are the windy and rainy days that the British summer is famous for. We can never guarantee hot summer days and so it’s a good idea to have a list of activities that will help mums and dads keep the youngest members of the family entertained, whatever the weather.  We've come up with 10 free activity ideas that we hope will hope to keep boredom at bay. Make a theatre for your toys. This activity is inspired by a Tweet from Stephanie Burton-Cox.  @GoldenBearToys @HEYDUGGEE and the circus badge! pic.twitter.com/XirH9VGXaK — Stephanie...

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A Simple Tip to Help Your Child Prepare for School

Posted by Lynette Hammond on

Children have many big changes in their young lives, starting nursery, pre-school and primary school are big steps and they can prove to be a bit of a challenge for the child and parents too.  One of the best tools in the parent toolbox that can help with the preparation and adjustment period is communication, helping your child to be open about their emotions and giving support. The best time to talk is at bedtime, when distractions are minimal and when your child is thinking about everything the day held. Set aside some time for quiet discussions with your child...

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