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Zero to two :: the book of play

Zero to Two :: the book of play

Next Sunday sees the launch of Zero to Two: the book of play. It’s an e-book I have been working on with some of my very favourite bloggers, and it brings you a wonderful, playful collection of ideas for the very littlest of learners.

We have gathered together a super resource of play-based learning, featuring lots of classics, new ideas with a little twist, sensory play, imaginary play, ideas to explore art, colours, faces, shapes and more. Then we added in a lovely set of puppets you can download, and some fun printable stroller cards. And to top it all off we’re launching it with a special discounted price. Starting Sunday 9th February 2014, for just one week, you’ll be able to get all the resources for just $6.99. So whether you’re expecting, a new parent or you work with babies and toddlers, watch out for the launch next Sunday and grab your copy of Zero to Two! 

Monday’s child is…

doing cool things with a big roll of paper
Cool things to do with a BIG roll of paper :: NurtureStore :: inspiration for kids

Tuesday’s child is…

doing cool things with a cardboard box
cardboard box crafts for kids | NurtureStore :: inspiration for kids

Wednesday’s child is…

playing with chalks
kids games with chalk

Thursday’s child is…

playing with blocks
Brilliant ways to play with blocks | NurtureStore :: inspiration for kids

Friday’s child is…

junk modelling {print your free ebook!}
junk modelling puppets kids crafts

Saturday’s child is…

eating yummy Valentine food
cute valentine foods for kids

Sunday’s child is…

making art hearts
heart art for kids valentines crafts

 

Kids activities all week long with NurtureStore’s Play planner

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