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Introduction

Introduction

Alexis Ralphs Oct 06 • 7 min read

Do you believe in play?

Would you like to buy fewer better toys and make better use of the ones you already own?

Would you like to understand how your child learns?

Are you ready for a challenge?

Starting tomorrow... we are launching a month-long series, 30 Days to Learn Through Play.

Join us each day as we look at a different aspect of child development. We hope to give you the confidence to create your own play activities. No more trawling Pinterest for inspiration. You'll be brimming with brilliant ideas of your own!

If you've got anything you'd like us to tackle in this series, we'd love to hear your suggestions in the comments below.

I hope you'll join us.

Alexis

Here's the rest of the series:

Introduction

Day 1 - Theories of Development

Day 2 - Stages of Play

Day 3 - Play is Multisensory

Day 4 - Gender-Neutral Toys

Day 5 - The Zone of Proximal Development

Day 6 - Heuristic Play

Day 7 - Spot the Difference

Day 8 - Sorting

Day 9 - Schemas

Day 10 - Ask good questions

Day 11 - Conservation

Day 12 - Seriation

Day 13 - Observation

Day 14 - Set a good example

Day 15 - Fewer toys = more focus

Day 16 - The Hundred Languages of Children

Day 17 - Plan-do-review

Day 18 - Practical life

Day 19 - Free-flow play

Day 20 - Executive functions

Day 21 - Spaced repetition

Day 22 - Independent play

Day 23 - Project-based Learning

Day 24 - The Environment As The Third Teacher

Day 25 - Start With The Child

Day 26 - Symbolic Play

Day 27 - Learning To Write

Day 28 - Blocks: the indispensable toy

Day 29 - Outdoor Learning

Day 30 - Play

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