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Like you, your child has five pathways to the brain. He learns by what he sees, hears, tastes, touches and smells. The more you help him develop these senses, the better the pathways (on which all his future learning will be based) will be laid.

For the first eight years of his life his mind is truly absorbent.  He simply soaks up experiences. Take advantage of this and provide as many sensory experiences as possible. We provide over 40 different activities for you to introduce and use.

Different parts of the brain control different parts of the body, so the more movement and touching experiences a youngster gets in the first years of life, the more thorough the grounding for his future education.

It is now a widely held view that physical exercise and activities help develop the brain to perform more effectively in the ‘academic’ subjects.