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On the sixth day of Christmas...

...we learned to share

This Christmas, we're dishing out bite-size, top tips to remind families of the importance of play and realise just how many skills can be developed along the way.

Skill 5: Sharing

Top tip:

Share the children's favourite activities with other parents and teachers. Encourage families to share their activities and ideas with other families.

If you've had particular success or fun during an activity, share your great ideas! Encourage children to play the activities at home.

This is a great way to create a community of sharers where you can get new ideas for activities and maybe even start your own trend!

As a way to get the word out you could add the tips and tricks to your school's blog or even add a section on your school's newsletter.

Sharing is caring!

"There has been a wonderful buzz in our school hall during every session. The children and their families are always engaged in their activities and it is lovely to see families building new relationships with the other families at the club." Sarah Whalley, Headteacher, Exminster Primary School

real play supports families to play and learn together. Not only does it allow families precious time to bond and share moments of pure fun and joy, it also provides them with the skills they need to be a healthy and active unit.

Contact us at info@createdevelopment.co.uk or on 020 8863 0304 to hear more about real play.

Creating positive relationships with physical activity for life

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