A walk in the woods

A walk in the woods

It’s a beautiful day.  Why not take your baby out for a walk in the woods?  This will be good exercise for you and give your baby some fresh air.  Those are good enough reasons to go for a walk…but did you realise you will be offering your child a whole range of other learning opportunities?  Research has shown that children are a product of their experiences and the environment in which they live, and these experiences and environments are actually helping to build the very structure of their young brains.…

5 things no one told you about your new born and learning

5 things no one told you about your new born and learning

Most of us imagine that a newborn baby is mainly concerned with sleeping and feeding – and this is true. But, their brains are ready for learning and are primed for extraordinary growth over the next three years. Here are a few things you may not have considered about your new baby……

Why are The First 1000 Days So Important?

Why are The First 1000 Days So Important?

You may have heard the expression, ‘The First 1000 Days’. When is this measured from?  Does it mean from birth onwards, or from conception?  Or does it just mean the length of time since you actually got a full night’s sleep?!! Actually, the first 1000 days refers to the period from the moment of conception, until your child’s second birthday…