Clamber Club Blog
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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Teaching shapes to kids

Teaching shapes to kids

Learning a new skill can be very exciting if we make it fun and playful for our little adventurers. Children love to be actively involved in learning something new. So for now, put away the books...

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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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5 Tips on choosing a venue

5 Tips on choosing a venue

Celebrating birthdays in our house has always been preceded by much planning and careful deliberation. It’s the time where frantic baking takes place for school friends, colleagues and family...

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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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Puzzled!

Puzzled!

Teaching my two and a half year old how to build a puzzle After mastering the initial chunky knob, pin and one piece puzzles, I’ve started teaching my toddler how to build a real puzzle. We have had...

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How to make water colour paint

How to make water colour paint

We absolutely love painting in our home! We paint just about every day. Water paints are great especially with smaller children, they are relatively easy to clean up and there is far less mess than...

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