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  • The Benefits of Loose Parts Play

    Loose Parts Play We are all aware of the hours of fun at the heart of a cardboard box...for a child this blank, empty box holds endless possibilit...
  • Running a Small Business During a Global Pandemic

    The COVID-19 outbreak has been a huge learning curve for me personally and as business owner Wow, what a few weeks it has been... With the temporar...
  • Introducing Little Dutch...

    Recently, we introduced a new brand, Little Dutch to the RSG website. Here at RSG, our aim has always been to Support Development Through Play and this is a passion we share with Little Dutch. In this blog, I explain why I chose the items I did and what their play and learning potentials are...
  • Tips for Home Schooling During Self Isolation

    My university friend and Primary School practitioner, Emma Paton has kindly written this for all my lovely website visitors, followers and customers which she intends will provide suggestions of how to keep your children busy, learning but most importantly, happy!
  • Is Your Child 'School Ready'?

    A brilliant guest blog by my friend and early years foundation practitioner, Rachel Paton where she explains what you can do to make your child 'school ready'.
  • Colour Sorting Game - Home Learning

    Our third upload for today is a fish and tank colour sorting game.  Colour sorting enables children to develop their cognitive skills from a young ...
  • Kindness Bingo

    A great way to start the week, and an important one to keep our children busy. Writing notes and cards to family, friends, supermarket staff and th...
  • Lego Challenge!

    We thought as many children will have lego, megablocks or similar we would create a BINGO style challenge to see just how many things you can make!...
  • Talking about Food - Home Learning

    Moving forward from our 'Eat the Rainbow' challenge, we received requests for some alternative food orientated games and learning resources.  We ha...
  • Reward Chart - Rainbow Sensory Gifts

    Reward charts can be used as a powerful tool to teach and enforce positive behaviour. It can help children set themselves goals and targets, and ea...
  • Rainbow Foods - Home Learning

    We all have or know the child that will only eat beige foods, but when it comes to a challenge, everyone loves the reward and satisfaction from com...
  • Wash Your Hands!

    We can repeat it over and over, and we can listen to Boris Johnson repeat it over and over! But what makes washing your hands more fun than a littl...