Clamber Club Blog
Play Outdoors

Play Outdoors

Outdoor play is an important part of childhood.  It’s exciting to see children in their natural environment – exploring their surroundings, being curious about what’s around them and finding joy in seeing new things.  Surely, most of us fondly remember running around in the garden, digging, and dumping sand in the sandpit, and climbing up and going down a slide.

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Healthy Food for Kids

Healthy Food for Kids

Tim Spector (a professor of genetic epidemiology with subspecialties in the microbiome and diet), advocates for an intake of 30 DIFFERENT types of fruit and veg per week in order to optimize our gut health. 30 sounds like a crazy amount doesn’t it? But when you think about it, this includes not only your typical fruit and veg, but also nuts, seeds, grains, herbs, and spices.

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Play to Learn

Play to Learn

As parents, we all want the best for our little bundles of joy. From their first giggle to their first steps, we cheer them on every step of the way. So, let’s dive into the amazing world of bilateral integration and learn some proven strategies to boost your toddler or baby’s development!

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Daily Chores That Improve Balance

Daily Chores That Improve Balance

Every child has their own unique way of viewing and interacting with the world. This includes individualised responses to sensory information, especially when it comes to their sense of balance. Daily household activities provide vestibular, balance, or movement input, to help children organise their nervous system and feel empowered along the way. 

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Thrown Off Balance?

Thrown Off Balance?

When it comes to balance, we know it’s a game-changer for our children. On the flip side, however, kids with a poor sense of balance may either need to move constantly to feel satisfied, or they may be fearful of movement because it makes them feel insecure and unbalanced.

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I Can Do It Myself

I Can Do It Myself

From an early age, a child’s search for independence is energised by the desire to make things happen and to feel capable and competent. A young child’s opinion about their capabilities is, to a large extent, based on their environment provided, and on their parent’s and caregiver’s responses. In the context of lifelong learning, self-regulated learning is an important competence.

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