All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘rhyming’

Singing Blog

A blog on festive singing and rhyming in the Early Years!

A blog by Trish Boylan, Business Development Coordinator; Qualified Teacher As anybody with experience in the early years knows, songs and singing are a fantastic way to capture the attention and imagination of young children. However more than simply entertaining a group, songs provide children with patterns and repetition they can access and understand. The repetitive nature of the songs …

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Combe Bank Prep School wins a visit from TV character, Humf, with I CAN’s Chatterbox Challenge!

The Early Years Department at Combe Bank Prep School in Sevenoaks are I CAN’s top Chatterbox Challenge fundraisers, having raised over £850 for I CAN. More than 65 children participated and their efforts were rewarded with a visit from Nick Jr’s TV show character, Humf, who made a surprise appearance at a picnic party at the school. This was I …

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Top 10 Toys for the Development of Communication Skills!

There are lots of ways that you can support the development of your child’s communication skills.  Really helpful ways to encourage communication include having fun together, making it easier for them to talk and pay attention (try having time without background noise like TV each day) and showing them the right way by modelling correct talking rather than correcting them.  …

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