Clamber Club Blog
Feeding your Kids a Variety of Different Foods

Feeding your Kids a Variety of Different Foods

Getting your children to eat a variety of foods is important because every single food group and each food within that food group gives your child different micro-and macronutrients. No two food items provide the exact same nutrients, and therefore it is important to eat an assortment of foods.

read more
Sand Play with Homemade Tools

Sand Play with Homemade Tools

Sand play offers many opportunities for sensory exploration and also encourages children to use their imagination and move their muscles. In this Clamber Club infographic, we share easy ideas of how to play in the sandpit with homemade tools and extend that play-based learning.

read more
The Sense of Smell

The Sense of Smell

Our sense of smell may be the most undervalued of our five basic senses. Nonetheless, the ability to smell is important, as it is closely linked to our ability to taste. Smells can also evoke particular memories, and smells can calm or excite us.

We’ve been writing about all of the different sensory systems and why this is such an important part of early childhood development. Up next is the sense of smell – or the olfactory perception. In this blog, we’ve rounded up great activities for kids that will put those little noses right to work!

read more
A Healthy and Nutritious Lunchbox

A Healthy and Nutritious Lunchbox

There are many things to think about when preparing school lunches - nutrition, taste, portion size, cost and, of course, enjoyment. Among the morning madness and afterschool activities, it can be...

read more
Let’s Play!

Let’s Play!

Play is a simple joy that is a cherished part of childhood Happy times never end when we’re playing and pretending! Benefits of Play Never underestimate the value of play. Children learn and...

read more
Tactile Perception

Tactile Perception

Tactile perception activities can help a child develop good touch perception. This, in turn, can aid in the development of good fine motor skills. These activities will help your child learn to...

read more
Optimised Learning

Optimised Learning

The building blocks for Learning It is increasingly evident that more and more children experience difficulty coping with the demands that a day at school brings. There are a number of possibilities...

read more
Auditory Perception

Auditory Perception

Auditory perception is an important part of a child’s healthy intellectual development. Listening to and processing information is a skill that is required throughout life.  So, how can you help...

read more
Taste Safe Sensory Play

Taste Safe Sensory Play

Sensory play is crucial for toddlers, as it provides them with opportunities to actively use their senses as they explore their world. Sensory play is important for a toddler’s brain development....

read more
Tips for Teaching Puzzles

Tips for Teaching Puzzles

Does your toddler or preschooler have some puzzles lying around that he occasionally plays with? How often do you try to sit with him and encourage him to play with them? Many parents offer puzzles...

read more
Citrus Sensory Necklace

Citrus Sensory Necklace

Keeping our children occupied during these long unprecedented days at home calls for out-of- the-box ideas and creativity using things found lying around the house. Presenting the idea of making a...

read more