Clamber Club Blog
Colourful Fun with Sensory Rice

Colourful Fun with Sensory Rice

We all love buying and receiving new toys for our babies. But have your ever noticed how the wrapping paper, box or plastic is usually far more entertaining than the contents themselves? I’m not...

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DIY heavy ball and a light balls

DIY heavy ball and a light balls

Playing with different weight and textured balls is a fun way to teach the mathematical concept of heavy and light and to stimulate the sense of touch. Why not make your own! What you will need:  2...

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Obstacle course adventures

Obstacle course adventures

Obstacle courses are great fun for kids and can keep them occupied for hours,  especially if you make them part of the planning and preparations. They absolutely love being involved in this...

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Making memories with your children

Making memories with your children

You don't need an extravagant vacation to make a lifetime of memories with your children. When my son was two years old we went on a family holiday to Portugal, he was very excited about going on a...

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Bubble wrap sensory play

Bubble wrap sensory play

I recently found a cool activity on Pinterest that involves bubble wrap. Don’t be fooled by how perfect everything looks on Pinterest – but this really was a great activity that my baby and I...

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OT is equal to overnight trekking

OT is equal to overnight trekking

We are very fortunate to be involved in the running of a family run lodge in Lesotho.  We are able to spend school holidays there, where our children can be one with nature.  During the holidays, we...

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Why massage your baby?

Why massage your baby?

Baby massage can be described as loving, nurturing touch - a warm and gentle interaction between parent and baby, and a way of expressing love. Massage is relaxing and enjoyable for both, it...

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6 Fun tin games for the holidays

6 Fun tin games for the holidays

This week I decided to play a few tin games with my children. I often use tin games in both my Clamber Club Sports classes and at our Parties and these are always such a hit. Tins are items we...

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