One of the best ways to bolster your children’s learning potential, and to guarantee lots of fun in the process, is to encourage them to let their imaginations run wild.
Using their imagination is a key part of their brain development as they learn to interact with, and start to shape, their environment.
From turning a cardboard box into a rocket ship to organising a tea party with a collection of teddy bears, there’s no end to kids’ capacity for make-believe.
Foster that imaginative side by helping them build their own indoor cubby house.
You’ll only need a few bits and pieces – dining chairs or a table and a handful of sheets and pegs – and it’s an ideal activity for the school holidays or a rainy weekend, providing hours of unrestricted play for kids of all ages.
Download this step-by-step guide and let them be king or queen of their very own castle. Just don’t expect to be allowed in once the drawbridge is shut!
Download the guide