How do you encourage a lively imagination and creative play in young children? Everyday learning about imagination offers ideas for parents and carers to stimulate the imagination of young children as they develop from babies to preschoolers. Using inexpensive or easily-sourced items, author Lyn Bower outlines how carers can create an environment where youngsters can be encouraged to explore, experience and engage with their surroundings. From classical music to painting or making a treasure box, these activity ideas will enhance the development of young children to their full potential and everyone will have fun along the way!
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