I don’t know if you have heard of this book, ‘We’re all wonders’ by R J Palacio.
The weather might have turned a little bit chilly, (you have to admit it helps us feel a little more festive), but Play Plus has welcomed parents/carers and children in from the cold.
Dig Dig Digging, is a great book. Explaining all about different vehicles and the job that they do in a lovely rhythmical way. There is the same phrase at the end of each page and it's great to get the children shouting it out if they can.
Play Plus had a holiday over the summer but now it is back. Play Plus is a SEND music and arts group, which is funded by Children In Need.
Families are welcome with children under the age of 5 with or without a diagnosis. So come along and chat with a member of the team to see how we can best support you all.
We are open on Mondays (term time only) 10am - 12noon.
This is the first blog since the holidays. It feels like such a long time since I've posted here!
Here is a comic strip that is simple to use and easily accessible - keep these on you and bring out when needed to help explain how to handle certain situations. This one is all about what different things you can do when you are feeling very angry!
Here is a comic strip that is simple to use and easily accessible - keep these on you and bring out when needed to help explain how to handle certain situations. This one is all about what different things you can do when you are feeling very excited!
Well, the six weeks' holiday are upon us! For some it's a time of dread and for some a time of joy and not having to do the school run every day. But for everyone it is a time where you have to think of more activities to do.
On our last Play Plus of the year someone inspired me to write this blog post as they realised that tuff trays are something that you can do at home and not just only at children's centres and nurseries. So, I have compiled 6 tuff trays that would be easy to recreate at home – that's one a week for the holidays and one less activity to think about.Read more
You know you have the best job in the world, when you get to read the books you love. And this weeks one is no exception! 'Robot Rumpus' by Sean Taylor, is a great book, and 7 robots that are left to babysit and the inevitable chaos that ensues!