Creating an Invitation to Play

Jodie Knight forwarded some ideas for creating an invitation to play. View the feature image to see Jodie’s ideas.

Setting up materials that invite children to play can spark creativity.  Different combinations of toys and materials can spark imagination and provide children with the opportunity to play and learn in any way they choose.

This is a great way to use  toys that have been put away in the cupboard and forgotten or to reuse toys that you think children are ‘bored’ with.

You can find some more ideas to Creating Invitations to Play by checking out this link.

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From the parents

We had our son in care with Jacqui for 2.5 years (from 6 months-3years) and she treated him as her own the entire time. We shared all of his special milestones together, she taught him so many things-counting, shapes, colours, improving fine motor skills, speech and physical movement. He’s been on fun excursions and is socialable in most settings, he is such a kind hearted little boy. I honestly have Jacqui to thank for a lot of it. She communicated well with us the entire time and always had our sons best interest in mind and heart. We for sure will be sending our next Bub to Jac! She is exactly who you want to help raise your kids when you’re at work.read more
Brittany Comino
Brittany Comino
10:32 13 Jul 19
Great team to work with
bryn goode
bryn goode
01:04 13 May 19
Super easy, friendly and wonderful environment. Definitely recommend!
Jacob Connor
Jacob Connor
01:02 13 May 19
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