Clamber Club Blog
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...

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Making Pumpkin Fritters!

Making Pumpkin Fritters!

Pumpkin fritters always feel like such an easy cheat to get the kids to eat veggies! They taste delicious, and they smell just like pancakes, so there is always a lot of excitement to make and eat...

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The power of playdough

The power of playdough

Children are naturally curious and will therefore want to explore anything we put in front of them. A fantastic activity for little fingers is playdough, as it enhances many different areas of...

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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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Make your own activity board

Make your own activity board

Summer is over, and I’ll bet you are starting to think about more indoor ways to keep your energetic toddler active. How about an easy DIY project that your child will get a few years worth of use...

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Playful ways to express emotions

Playful ways to express emotions

“Emotions are important and can determine the kind of behaviour your child displays,” advises play therapist and Clamber Club Expert Anna Rodrigues. “A young child does not have the language to tell...

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Sweet Potato and Spinach Quiche

Sweet Potato and Spinach Quiche

Being a working mom always leaves me feeling like the time that I do get to spend with my children needs to be quality time, and that quality time means engaging them in a special craft or baking...

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Body Tunnels

Body Tunnels

Making body tunnels is a really fun way of teaching your children about body space awareness, in other words, teaching them how much space their bodies take up. I had almost forgotten how children...

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