Do you remember when you started learning how to write letters and numbers? They weren’t all the same height, they were crooked, barely legible, and keeping them all on a straight line on a piece of paper was a struggle of Herculean proportions for small hands.
Katherine Lockett from Jersey (Channel Islands) is a mom, artist, writer and designer. With her background in education, creative arts, autism and special needs, she’s passionate about early learning through authentic, creative play.
One of the most important lessons LEGO DUPLO Design Director, Karsten Bunch, learned early on, as a parent as well as a designer, was that one simple function, like a window or door that opens, can be enough for hours of play for a toddler.
Because it’s not just first words and first steps you should be getting excited about…
Flashcards are handy for so many reasons. They’re easy to carry with you, and they are a fun way to play memory games with your toddler whether you have five minutes or need to kill some extra time in an otherwise toy-free zone.
Finding out about how plants grow is great fun and is guaranteed to bring a little color into a grey afternoon. Why don’t you experiment with building your favorite blooms?